Research Partnerships Between Academic Institutions and American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes and Organizations: Effective Strategies and Lessons Learned in a Multisite CTN Study
Thomas, Lisa Rey
Donovan, Dennis M
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 2011 Sep; 37(5): 333-8
Community Based and Tribally Based Participatory Research (CBPR/TPR) are approaches that can be successful for developing ethical and effective research partnerships between academic institutions and Tribes and Native organizations.
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