NPAIHB

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Established in 1972, the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB or the Board) is a non-profit tribal advisory organization serving the forty-three federally recognized tribes of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Our mission is to eliminate health disparities and improve the quality of life of American Indians and Alaska Natives by supporting Northwest Tribes in their delivery of culturally appropriate, high quality healthcare.

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Providing health-related research, surveillance, training and technical assistance to improve the quality of life of American Indians and Alaskan Natives

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Northwest Member Tribes

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All forty-three federally recognized tribes in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington are members, or Delegates, of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

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Resources

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View our entire resource library of materials related to many areas of Indian Health. 

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Careers

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We’re looking for the people with ideas that spark change and inspire collaboration throughout everything we do.

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We have an exciting opportunity to share! The overall goal of the NW Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) Research Support Fellowship is to increase the number of well-trained American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) researchers who are prepared to conduct population health sciences research in diverse settings.

We will support undergraduate and graduate AI/AN students interested in population science careers as they undertake and complete mentored research projects.

Fellows will:
- Have many opportunities to increase research competencies by attending skill-building courses at our Summer Research Training Institute.
- Participate in regularly scheduled Zoom and web-based seminars.
- Attend in-person workshops.
- Be matched up with near-peer mentors.
- Receive a travel award to attend national, regional, and local research conferences.
- Receive financial support on an hourly basis ($20/hour; 10 hours per week; up to $7,200 for undergrads and ($27/hour; 20 hours per week; up to $28,080 for graduate students) for research completed.

Checkout our website for more information on the application process: www.npaihb.org/nw-narch/
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We have an exciting opportunity to share! The overall goal of the NW Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) Research Support Fellowship is to increase the number of well-trained American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) researchers who are prepared to conduct population health sciences research in diverse settings.We will support undergraduate and graduate AI/AN students interested in population science careers as they undertake and complete mentored research projects.Fellows will:- Have many opportunities to increase research competencies by attending skill-building courses at our Summer Research Training Institute.- Participate in regularly scheduled Zoom and web-based seminars.- Attend in-person workshops.- Be matched up with near-peer mentors.- Receive a travel award to attend national, regional, and local research conferences.- Receive financial support on an hourly basis ($20/hour; 10 hours per week; up to $7,200 for undergrads and ($27/hour; 20 hours per week; up to $28,080 for graduate students) for research completed.Checkout our website for more information on the application process: https://www.npaihb.org/nw-narch/

We're hiring!

We extended the deadline for NTDSC Project Assistant applications.

This job is only open to residents living within (or willing to relocate to) the Portland Metropolitan Area, Oregon.

Take a look at our careers page for full application details and qualifications. npaihb.org/careers
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Were hiring!We extended the deadline for NTDSC Project Assistant applications.This job is only open to residents living within (or willing to relocate to) the Portland Metropolitan Area, Oregon.Take a look at our careers page for full application details and qualifications. npaihb.org/careers
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