Publications and Tools from CAIR
Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute on Minority Health And Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number 1P20MD006872. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
- Hardy, L. J., Figueroa, A., Hughes, A., Hulen, E., Corrales, C., Scranton, R., Begay, C. (2014). Toolkit for Community-engaged Wellness Mapping. CES4Health.info
- Hardy L.J., Hughes, A., Hulen, E., Figueroa, A., Evans, C., & Begay, C.R. (2015). Hiring the experts: best practices for community engaged research. Qualitative Research, 1-9. DOI: 10.1177/1468794115579474.
- Trotter, R.T.II, Laurila, K., Alberts, D., & Huenneke L.F. (2015). A diagnostic evaluation model for complex research partnerships with community engagement: The partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention (NACP) model. Evaluation and Program Planning, 48, 10–20.
- Hardy, L.J., & Hulen, E. (2016). Anthropologists address health equity: Recognizing barriers to care. Practicing Anthropology, 38(2), 15-17.
- Chico,-Jarillo, T.M., Crozier, A., & Teufel-Shone, N.I., Hutchens, T., & George, M. (2016). A brief evaluation of a project to engage American Indian young people as agents of change in health promotion through radio programming, Arizona, 2009–2013. Preventing Chronic Disease., 13, 150416. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd13.150416
- Whitewater, S , Reinschmidt, K.M., Kahn, C., Attakai, A., & Teufel-Shone, N.I. (2016). Flexible roles for American Indian elders in community-based participatory research. Preventing Chronic Disease, 13, 150575. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd13.150575
The Medication List
The Medication List provides individuals a way to manage and organize their daily medications. The List can be filled out by the patient and be given to providers to inform them what medications the individual is taking. Click the link below to view the list.
The Meal Plan for Men
The Meal Plan for men incorporates Native American foods that are tailored to meet the nutritional needs of men from ages 30-49 & ages 50-60. The nutritional information provided is based off of the USDA MyPlate guidelines. Click the link below to view the meal plan.
Meal Plan for Men
The Meal Plan for Women
The Meal Plan for Women incorporates Native American foods that are tailored to meet the nutritional needs of women. The nutritional information provided is based off of the USDA MyPlate guidelines. Click the link below to view the meal plan.
Meal Plan for Women
The MyNative Plates for Family
The MyNative Plates for Family incorporates Native American foods that are tailored to meet the nutritional needs for the whole family. The Indian Health Services, Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention have created the MyNative Plates for Family according to USDA MyPlate guidelines. Click the link below to view MyNative Plates.
MyNative Plates for Family
The Wellness Mapping Toolkit
The Wellness Mapping Toolkit created by CAIR researchers, provides project team members from various levels of training to collaborate in a process of research and analysis. The toolkit can be used for data collection and capacity building among members of your project. This toolkit is flexible, easy to use, easy to adapt to several endeavors, and can be used for community initiatives and projects. Click the link below to view the toolkit.