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Redesigning Health and Social Systems for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Using Community-Engaged Decision-Making

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Meeting Description:
Native American communities experience many obstacles to health and well-being due to adverse social, economic, and environmental conditions. Few tribal public health programs are financed adequately to surmount these obstacles. Fewer still are locally financed and managed. This study will elicit the values and preferences of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) members in order to enhance the implementation of the CRST’s first autonomous public health program, the Tasina Luta (Red Blanket).
 
Through a series of focus groups and interviews with Tribal members and local service experts, this research will inform the efficient integration of the Tribe’s resources to better engage community members and achieve a larger collective impact.  This one-year developmental study will explore effective mechanisms for public health program diffusion within the CRST community, positioning the project for future quantitative work evaluating the impact of the identified implementation strategies.
Details
Date: Wed, Jul 11, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Systems For Action National Coordinating Center
 Presenter Information
Barbara Quiram, PhD
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Professor
School of Public Health
Director
Office of Special Programs & Global Health
Texas A&M University

David Washburn, ScD
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Assistant Professor
Health Policy and Management
School of Public Health
Texas A&M University