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Empowering Equitable Data Use Partnerships and Indigenous Data Sovereignties Amid Pandemic Genomics

Haring, R. C., Blanchard, J. W., Korchmaros, J. D., Lund, J. R., Haozous, E. A., Raphaelito, J., Hudson, M., Tsosie, K. T.

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Data Collection and Reporting

This article outlines a framework for partnering with Indigenous nations in research and data collection and calls for the need for equitable data use agreements. The framework guidelines include (1) incorporating respect and collaboration early in negotiations; (2) recognition that specificity of terms is key to trust-building; (3) remembering that good data stewardship entails safeguarding; and (4) building sustainable relationships.

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Improve Data Infrastructure

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American Indian

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