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  • Alaska Native Science Commission Homepage
    proposed research an information base for ongoing and past research and an archive for significant research involving the Native community ANSC provides information referral and networking services for researchers seeking active partners in the Native community and communities seeking research

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Native Science Commission Homepage
    Research Projects Subsistence Projects Researchers About Alaska Natives Calendar of Events Community Contacts Ethics and Protocols Research Projects Subsistence Projects Key Issues Alaska Forum on Environment Avian Bird Flu Arctic Contaminants Climate Change National Subsistence Traditional Knowledge Traditional Foods Snowchange Other Links Students Download ANSC Internship Application Internship and Scholarship Opportunities Publications ANSC Newsletters ANSC Presentations ANSC Reports About us Commissioners History Mission and Concerns Newsroom Projects Staff Home Communities

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/sitemap.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Native Science Commission Homepage
    per page 10 20 50 100 Match any search words all search words Home Communities Researchers Key Issues Students Publications About us Contact us Sitemap Alaska Native Science Commission 429

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/Search/search.asp (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Researchers
    Calendar of Events Community Contacts Ethics and Protocols Research Projects Subsistence Projects Home Communities Researchers Key Issues Students Publications About us Contact us Sitemap Alaska Native Science Commission P O

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/researchers/ (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: About Alaska Natives
    to be a human being and how to relate to all of creation yourself your community all of creation all animals plants birds fish water and how everything is connected We have not followed the direction of our ancestors on how to be teachers My grandparents generation was the last of the real Native teachers Bob Aloysius Kalskag Statewide Corporations Alaska Federation of Natives Alaska Inter Tribal Council Alaska Native Health Board Alaska Native Heritage Center Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium First Alaskans Rural Alaska Community Action Program Alaska has 13 Native Regional Corporations each of them has their own non profit organizations and some have regional health corporations Regional Corporation Nonprofit Organizations Health Corporations AHTNA Inc Copper River Native Association Aleut Corporation Aleutian Pribilof Island Association Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Arctic Slope Native Association Barrow Area Service Unit Bering Straits Native Corporation Kawerak Incorporated Norton Sound Health Corporation Bristol Bay Native Corporation Bristol Bay Native Association Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation Calista Corporation Association of Village Council Presidents Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation Chugach Alaska Corporation Chugachmiut Cook Inlet Region Incorporation Cook Inlet Tribal Council Southcentral Foundation ANTHC Doyon Limited Tanana Chiefs Conference Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center Koniag Incorporation

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/communities/an.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Calendar of Events
    Ocean Observing System North Pacific Research Board Mailing List Alaska Ocean Observing System Arctic Research Consortium of the United States First Alaskans Institute Community Announcements Home Communities Researchers Key Issues Students Publications About us Contact us Sitemap Alaska Native Science

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/communities/calendar.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Alaska Native Science Commission Homepage
    Native people and their traditional knowledge background The COMMUNITY DIRECTORY database identifies local statewide and federally recognized Alaska Native agencies Rearchers and Scientists conducting research in and around Alaska Native communities may find this information useful in establishing and maintaining

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/research_update/index_draft2.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Ethics and Protocls
    to ensure compatibility with the project goal and objectives To meet with the Project Co investigators to maintain awareness and to offer recommendations concerning the research aspect of the project To communicate with representatives of other communities to share ideas and program development for benefit and involvement To serve as the guardian of all evaluation data after the completion of the project To receive all requests for the use of the data by other researchers after the completion of the project To approve of or write a disagreement to the interpretation of the data analysis AUTHORSHIP GUIDELINES INTRODUCTION The purpose of the project is to investigate the research questions described in the protocol Since this project is unique the results will be of interest to many other communities For this reason it is necessary to share the experience of the project with the largest audience who might benefit from it Part of the research process includes the communication of research results to other people and organizations in similar areas of research AUDIENCE Communications will be directed at four general audiences Health Education and other officials Scientists and Researchers The Community Council or governing body The community at large Health education and other officials are those people providing services or working on programming and planning They will be interested in how the project was developed and implemented as well as the outcome of project efforts Scientists and researchers will be interested in the methods used the process of the program the impacts measured and the answers provided to the research questions The community at large is everyone who participated in the project as well as those who are generally interested in the project goals PRINCIPLES All aspects of the project can be considered as worthy of communication All communication pertaining to the project will follow generally accepted ethical standards The principles include Anonymity Results to be presented in a grouped not individual manner Confidentiality All personal information provided by individuals will be made anonymous whenever possible and remain confidential unless otherwise determined by the individuals Priority of Communities Involved The communities participating will be the first to review and receive results and the first invited to provide input and feedback on the results Respect Consideration for the communities and all participants must be observed in all communications PROCESS Results from research projects usually are presented in the following ways Articles in scientific journals referred to as a paper Oral presentation of a paper at a scientific conference or meeting Oral presentation to the community at large Written document to the community at large Teaching examples For scientific journals and oral presentations at scientific conferences and meetings there is a standard process involved It is therefore possible to outline the steps from idea to final communication and outline the responsibilities for those involved with the authorship However these points should also apply to communications to the community From here on the word communication will be used to describe both oral presentations and

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/communities/code.htm (2016-02-09)
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