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* 1. What session(s) did you attend? Check all that apply:

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* 2. If you attended the session with Dr. Dedra Buchwald, please rate this session.

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This session was useful to the work I do or the population with whom I work. 
The speaker(s) identified distinct Native principles used in evidence-based practice to eliminate health disparities.
This session suggested ways to build and sustain research capacity for Native health workforce.
This session challenged me to consider ways to implement Indigenous ways of knowing in Native health research and health practices.
This session taught me skills that I can use to promote health equity for Native communities and populations.
This session added to my knowledge base.
The speaker(s) was/were well experienced and knowledgeable.
The environment was conducive to learning.

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* 3. If you attended the IRB panel discussion with Dr. Alexandra King, Dr. Deborah Morton, Dr. Malcolm King, please rate this session.

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree
This session was useful to the work I do or the population with whom I work. 
The speaker(s) identified distinct Native principles used in evidence-based practice to eliminate health disparities.
This session suggested ways to build and sustain research capacity for Native health workforce.
This session challenged me to consider ways to implement Indigenous ways of knowing in Native health research and health practices.
This session taught me skills that I can use to promote health equity for Native communities and populations.
This session added to my knowledge base.
The speaker(s) was/were well experienced and knowledgeable.
The environment was conducive to learning.

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* 4. If you attended the session with Dr. Felicia Hodge, please rate this session.

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This session was useful to the work I do or the population with whom I work. 
The speaker(s) identified distinct Native principles used in evidence-based practice to eliminate health disparities.
This session suggested ways to build and sustain research capacity for Native health workforce.
This session challenged me to consider ways to implement Indigenous ways of knowing in Native health research and health practices.
This session taught me skills that I can use to promote health equity for Native communities and populations.
This session added to my knowledge base.
The speaker(s) was/were well experienced and knowledgeable.
The environment was conducive to learning.

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* 5. Webinar and/or evaluation comments:

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* 6. As a way to say thank you for completing the NNHRT webinar evaluation, please share your name and email address for a chance to win one of two $25.00 Visa gift cards.

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