National Native Network Podcast Series

 

The National Native Network podcast series features a series of interviews with Tribal Public Health Professionals on the topics of tobacco cessation and cancer prevention in Indian Country.  These podcasts welcome tribal public health professionals from across the country to discuss cancer health disparities, commercial tobacco disparities, and other health and wellness disparities among our tribal community.  

Podcasts are hosted by Josh Mayo, member of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Public Health Specialist with the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc.

Any podcast suggestions and comments can be directed to Josh at jmayo@itcmi.org or NNN@itcmi.org .

Lindo BurhansstipinovThis is the second half of a conversation with Linda Burhansstipanov where we talk about the fantastic work her organization, Native American Cancer Research Corporation does with a focus on social determinants of health, cultural competency and patient navigation.

 

 

Lindo BurhansstipinovThis is the first half of a conversation with Linda Burhansstipanov where we talk about the fantastic work of her organization, National American Cancer Research Corporation.  Look for part two soon.

 

 

Richard MousseauPresenting the inaugural National Native Network podcast. This podcast features a conversation with Richard Mousseau from the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board, a partner agency in the National Native Network. During this podcast we discuss the work that GPTCHB and Richard in particular do to promote health in the Great Plains region and some of the obstacles that are can be faced while working with promoting Tribal Health and Wellness.

 

 

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