6th Annual American Indians Accessing Health Professions Conference

August 13-14, 2021

The American Indian Accessing Health Professions Program (AIAHPP) is designed to give American Indian, Alaska Native, and Indigenous students from undergraduate, community, and tribal colleges exposure to different careers in the health professions, as well as the tools and mentors to help them get there.  This conference is designed for AI/AN/Indigenous students who are interested in a health career, but may still be in the beginning stages of career exploration.  We will provide information in the form of workshops, presentations, and expert panels about careers in:

  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Physician Assistant
  • Dentistry
  • Pharmacy
  • Public Health
  • Policy

Hosted by Association of American Indian Physicians and UC Riverside School of Medicine

This is an online event.



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