Final Research Report

This project's final research report is expected to be available by February 2021.

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In the Navajo Nation, a Focus on Health Data
Native Americans have disproportionately high rates of diabetes. Two PCORI studies, including this study, are searching for answers in the Navajo Nation and its health data. Challenges abound—including far-flung geography, low health resources, and language barriers—but together Navajo researchers and community health workers are meeting them. This blog was co-authored by Joan O'Connell, PhD, this study's principal investigator.

Peer-Review Summary

The Peer-Review Summary for this project will be posted here soon.

Project Information

Joan O'Connell, PhD
University of Colorado Denver
$2,041,981
Improving Health Outcomes among Native Americans with Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

Key Dates

September 2013
May 2020
2013
2022

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Last updated: April 25, 2022