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CRIHB Research results are used to advocate for improvements in public policies that fund the services that tribal health programs provide. The increases in funds can then be used by tribal health programs provide to improve the kind and quality of health services they offer to California Indians.
In planning, designing and implementing their studies CRIHB Researchers receive continual guidance from tribal leaders, service users and health professionals of the tribal health programs. The CRIHB Institutional Review Board (IRB) oversees all research activities of CRIHB staff for protection of tribal participants in studies in California. The IRB reviews are conducted by the CRIHB Corporate Compliance unit to provide oversight of CRIHB researchers and protection of California Indians participating in the studies that they review.
CRIHB Statement of Values
CRIHB Research documents for California Indians
CRIHB Research documents for National American Indians and Alaska Natives
CRIHB highlighted for Using Research to Inform Indian Health Care Advocacy on behalf of all California Indians -The California Endowment Clinic Consortia Policy and Advocacy and Program Evaluation Program Case Study
To Request Assistance From CRIHB Research For The Following:
1. Data Gathering Methods, Data Analysis or Evaluation.
2. Protection of Tribal Participants during Data Gathering.
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CRIHB HONORS THE
America Reaffirms Health Care for Indian Country
National Indian Health Board
Washington, DC – The United States’ 564 federally‐recognized tribes claim victory with today’s
historic passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The House passed the Senate’s
health care reform bill by a vote of 219 to 212 which includes the reauthorization of the Indian Health
Care Improvement Act (IHCIA), placing in effect health care legislation that American Indians and
Alaska Natives have been requesting from Congress for the past ten years. Read More.....
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