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Measurement Core

Native Elder Research Center

The Measurement Core provides varying levels of direction and support to each of the Native Investigators and supporting faculty in the development and course of the Pilot Studies and related research. The NERC employs the pre-existing Research and Methodological Core already supported by the NCAIANMHR, which is comprised of four components: a data management/analysis sub core, an ethnographic sub core, a clinical sub core, and a statistical sub core. The staff assists in calculating power analyses to determine sample sizes, in tailoring analyses to the data available, in supervising data analysts, in reviewing manuscripts, and in demonstrating new analytic procedures.

NERC References and Resources on Measurement and Methods

Dorothy Rhoades, M.D., M.P.H.
Position: Measurement Core Leader, Core Faculty
University of Colorado Denver
American Indian and Alaska Native Programs
Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building
Mail Stop F800
P.O. Box 6508
Aurora, Colorado 80045-0508
Telephone: (206)270-9290      Fax: (206)341-0735


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