Decolonizing Data: Principles for Research Involving Indigenous Communities

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Guiding principles to help reduce power imbalances when conducting public health research that involves Indigenous communities

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Decolonizing Data: Principles for Public Health Research Involving Indigenous Communities

Approximate run time: 30 minutes

Date: Friday March 22, 2019 at 11:00am EDT

Presenter: Angela Mashford-Pringle and MPH-IH students

Abstract: The purpose of this webinar is to introduce participants to guiding principles that can be used to help reduce power imbalances when conducting public health research that involves Indigenous communities. The principles of OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access and Possession) and I.Q. (First Nations and Inuit) research will be discussed and provide knowledge about how to decolonize research. These principles are just a starting place and can only be properly applied in the context of researcher-community relationships built upon mutual recognition, respect, and responsibility.

Recommended readings for this webinar:

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit: The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Supporting Wellness in Inuit Communities in Nunavut | Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit: le role du savoir autochtone pour favoriser le bien-être des communautés inuites du Nunavut

Additional resource ($): Fundamentals of OCAP® | Fondamentaux des Principes de PCAP®

This webinar is part of a series of four webinars (A 2 Spirited Story of Gender, Sexuality and Traditional Roles for Health Care Providers; Seeing through Two Eyes: Indigenous and Public Health; Being Healthy Together/Mamwi: Indigenous Engagement and Planning in Public Health; Decolonizing Data: Principles for Public Health Research Involving Indigenous Communities). Before participating in the webinar series, please complete the prerequisite readings and activities outlined here.

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