Welcome to our Resource Links Page! Various resources will be provided, such as videos, web links, and bibliography of articles and documents.
Indigenous Governance Database
The Indigenous Governance Database is an online resource center for Native nation leaders, key decision-makers, employees, citizens, and researchers in search of educational and informational resources about nation building, sovereignty, governance, leadership, and sustainable economic and community development in Indigenous country. Developed by the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy at The University of Arizona (with support from the Bush Foundation and the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation), the Database features a comprehensive catalogue of text, video and audio resources.
American Indians FAQs
FAQ PDF: Questions and answers providing basic information on American Indian populations.
Resources dedicated to smoking cessation (people's health and the enviroment)
'Research Toolkit': For Health Research (from Design to Dissemination)
Fast Facts about Responsible Research Partnerships with Indigenous Communities
Websites with health data, demographics and interactive maps
Ethical Standards for Research
This report, originally named “Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research”, was published in 1979 and is used in most national and many international regulations for the protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects in research. It was adopted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and incorporated into 45 CFR 46, the code of U.S. Federal Regulations for the protection of human subjects in research.
This is the newly released 2013 revision of “World Medical Association Declaration of the Helsinki Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects”. The ‘Declaration of Helsinki’ is a code of ethics for clinical research that was first published in 1964 and is used in most national and international regulations for the protections of the rights and welfare of human subjects.
This is a document created by the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). It was created to serve as a guide, particularly for low-resource or developing countries to use in defining policies on the ethics of biomedical research, and for establishing mechanisms for review of research involving human subjects. The latest version was published in 2002.
Created by the World Health Organization, this contains standards for research ethics review and research ethics review committees. It also details researcher responsibilities.
This is a document adopted in the 2005 General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) by United Nations member states. It details principles and rules for ensuring the benefits of medicine, science and technology within the framework of respect for human rights.
NIMHD Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center Programs
Other Transdisciplinary Collaborative Centers working with NIMHD.
Mid-South Trandisciplinary Collaborative Center for Health Disparities Research
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Principal Investigator: Mona Fouad, MD, MPH
TCC for Health Disparties: Informing & Influencing Health Policy and Practice
Principal Investigator: David Satcher, MD
The Health Policy Research Consortium (HPRC) Program
Principal Investigator: Kweisi Mfume
National Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center for African American Men's Health
University of Minnesota
Principal Investigator: Selwyn M. Vickers, MD
Gulf States Collaborative Center for Health Policy Research (Gulf States CC)
Coastal Health Center
Principal Investigator: Sandral Hullet, MD
Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health
Sioux Falls, SD
Principal Investigator: Amy Elliott, PhD
The Hampton University Regional Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center
Principal Investigator: Raymond E. Samuel, MD, PhD