HUNAP Indigenous Health Seminar

The HUNAP Indigenous Health & Well-Being Colloquium is a series of lectures and discussions highlighting the latest research and policies related to Native and Indigenous health issues. This seminar was established by HUNAP Faculty Director Joseph P. Gone and is co-sponsored by the Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health & Social Medicine.

Videos are displayed in chronological order, starting with the most recent.

April 2022

Alexandra Adams, M.D., Ph.D. - Belongingness: Impacts on Indigenous Individual and Community Health

Recorded April 27, 2022

February 2022

Dr. David Wilson - NIH Tribal Health Research Office: A Holistic Approach to Improving Health Through Biomedical Research
Recorded February 9, 2022

December 2021


 

Melissa Walls, PhD - Indigenous Mental Health & Well-Being Over the Early Life-Course
Recorded December 1, 2021

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October 2021


 

Dr. Yvette Roubideaux, MD/MPH - The Role of Research and Data in Advancing American Indian and Alaska Native Health Policy
Recorded October 27, 2021

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March 2021


 

Dr. Alexandra King & Dr. Malcolm KIng - Research with Indigenous People: Ethical Considerations and Community Engagement
Recorded March 3, 2021

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February 2021


 

Dr. Donald Warne, MD/MPH - Impact of Unresolved Trauma on American Indian Health Equity
Recorded February 3, 2021