Plenary Session: Health Disparities, Ethics of Human Rights, and Social Justice

Tuesday, 19 August 2014: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Ballroom A/B (Dena'ina Center)

This session will focus on Research and the Health of Indigenous Populations and will be presented from the perspective of an Australian Aboriginal doctor, an Alaska Native researcher, a Maori doctor and a researcher aligned with Brasilian aboriginal people.

Rhonda Johnson, DrPH
8:50 AM
Can epidemiology really contribute to indigenous development?
Andrew A Sporle, MD, The University of Auckland New Zealand
9:10 AM
Why Community Based Participatory Research?
Patricia Cochran, Alaska Native Science Commission
9:30 AM
Epidemiology, health, and inequality among indigenous peoples in Brazil
Carlos E Coimbra, Jr, PhD, National School of Public Health
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