Posts Tagged ‘CTN-0033’

Meet the Researchers!

January 26, 2012

The website 4researchers.com, a project funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, disseminates “practical ‘how-to’ information about conducting research.” One of their latest offerings, posted January 25, 2012, was an interview with CTN researcher Lisa Rey Thomas, PhD of the Pacific Northwest Node about building partnerships with American Indian and Alaska Native communities as part of protocol CTN-0033.

Several other CTN-related researchers have also contributed both text and video content for 4researchers.org. Check out the pages for these CTN-related folks and get to know a few of them a little better!

Roger Weiss, MD (NEC Node):
http://www.4researchers.org/contributors/1920

José Szapocznik, PhD (FNA Node):
http://www.4researchers.org/contributors/3523

Stephanie O’Malley, PhD (NEC Node):
http://www.4researchers.org/contributors/6894

Dean Fixsen, PhD (NIRN):
http://www.4researchers.org/contributors/6636

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Tribal Canoe Journey 2009: Paddle to Suquamish

September 1, 2009

tribalOn August 3, 2009, Carmen Rosa of the NIDA Center for the Clinical Trials Network visited the Suquamish Tribe at the Port Madison Indian Reservation in Washington to witness the landing of the canoes, part of Tribal Journeys 2009.    The Suquamish tribe is participating in the Pacific Northwest Node’s protocol CTN-0033-Ot-3, “Methamphetamine: Where Does It Fit in the Bigger Picture of Drug Use of American Indians and Alaska Native Communities and Treatment Seekers?

Tribal Journeys 2009 focused on healing, sobriety, family involvement, team work, and responsibility.  Families from home villages in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, British Columbia, and as far away as Hawaii and New Zealand, started journeys in early July and ended in Suquamish for a week-long celebration, during which they shared cultures, told traditional stories, and passed along tribal teachings to the next generation.

Many thanks to Dennis Donovan, Lisa Rey Thomas, and the rest of the Pacific Northwest Node team for hosting and assisting with this important event!