(C)ELSI‐us: Reducing friction with indigenous communities in genomic research

Hudson, Maui and Wilcox, Phillip and Smith, Barry and Beaton, Angela and Milne, Moe and Russell, Khyla (2018) (C)ELSI‐us: Reducing friction with indigenous communities in genomic research. American Anthropologist, 120 (2). pp. 330-332. ISSN 1548-1433

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As government policy settings have become more responsive to aspirations of Indigenous communities and researchers are more sensitive to the concerns of Indigenous communities, the research environment has become more conducive to understanding the cultural implications of genomic research. CELSI-us is a tongue-in-cheek reference to taking the temperature of the relationship between genomic researchers and Indigenous communities. If we create friction, then the temperature rises. But if we engage in a culturally responsive manner, then we take the heat out of the relationship and can focus on achieving mutually beneficial outcomes. This has been the focus of our work to date, and we hope that the guidelines we have produced make this challenging path easier for others to traverse.

Item Type:Journal article
Keywords that describe the item:indigenous communities, genomic research
Subjects:R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Health & Social Practice
ID Code:6605
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Deposited On:16 Dec 2018 05:00
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