Research - KRC

The Technical Assistance and Research Center at NCUIH is devoted to ensuring that Urban Indian Health Programs have access to the most recent and culturally-specific data that is available for improving the quality and expansion of health care services. To accomplish this, NCUIH conducts ongoing archival research and partners on research projects for Urban Indian Communities, as appropriate. Archival research is the process of locating and examining existing. Examples of Archival data include reports generated by the Urban Indian Health Institute (Urban Indian Epidemiology Center), reports and data from federal agencies, and even local data that could assist a specific community, just to name a few sources.  NCUIH organizes archival data through the Knowledge Resource Center (KRC)’s clearing house.

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For more information about health research with Urban Indian communities or for information about ongoing projects and research opportunities, contact Dr. Kimberly Fowler, Director of the Technical Assistance and Research Center at (202) 544-0344 or kfowler@ncuih.org