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Native-CHART Native-Controlling Hypertension And Risk Through Technology​

Amanda Boyd

Amanda Boyd, PhD (Dane-zaa, Metis), is an Assistant Professor in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. Her research focuses on building the tools and theory necessary for successful communication of health risks among rural and Indigenous populations. For Native-CHART, she assesses the most effective and culturally appropriate methods to communicate information on CVD and stroke to American Indians and Alaska Natives. She also works with team members to disseminate information on study results.