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WEBINAR: Trauma Informed Mindful Movement & Meditative Journaling

From ACORNS at California Rural Indian Health Board July 21, 2022 10 – 11 am PT In this session, participants will take a pause in their schedule to slow down with low-impact, body inclusive, and trauma informed breath work, meditation, and movement.  This session includes meditative journaling focused on affirming and reflecting on our experiences […]

IHS Cancer Support Leadership Virtual Training 2022

Tuesday & Wednesday 4 Days 10:30 am – 1:30 PM MST 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm EST Available to all areas via Zoom Covered topics include:  Relationship Building, Cancer Among Native Americans, Establishing Trust, Emotional Support Skills, Reflection, Teamwork, Facilitation, Starting a Support Group Free to AI/AN individuals interested in creating cancer support groups. Only […]

American Indian/Alaska Native Healthcare Workforce Development Summit

Tuesday, July 26, 11:30 – 7 Wednesday, July 27, 9 – 12 AAMC Headquarters 655 K Street NW Washington, DC 20001 Join us for this free, 2-day summit for solution setting on AI/AN Healthcare workforce development, addressing K-Practice support for all healthcare professions. Click here to register for the summit. Click here to book hotel […]

Zoom Panel Presentation: Behavioral Health Challenges & Solutions with COVID-19 Pandemic

By:  Linda Woods – GTB Elder, Dr. Shirly Rowland – Cherokee Elder, Keith Smith – Red Lake Chippewa – Minnesota Friday, February 25, 2022 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. To register, contact: Arlene Kashata, MA, CSAC akashata@itcmi.org Full details in flyer below.

NativeDATA: A data sharing resource for Native peoples and organizations

The Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center’s IDEA-NW project is pleased to announce the launch of NativeDATA– a free online data sharing resource for Native peoples and organizations. At times, Tribes and Native-serving organizations face barriers in accessing health data.  These groups are also frequently asked to share data without any guarantee of benefit to the community […]

Uplifting Yourself to Uplift Others

Presented by California Rural Indian Health Board September 27, 2021 1 – 2 p.m. PDT Overview After this presentation, participants will understand the causes and signs of compassion fatigue and learn practical work-life balance strategies to prevent and treat compassion fatigue.  Register here https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAudOmqrjIoHNVYS11RLXX09xAloPAR88qn Speaker info Christy Tonel, MPH has been in the health care […]

Health Care System-level Approaches for Improved Quit Rates

Presented by California Rural Indian Health Board September 22, 2021 9 – 10 a.m. PDT Overview Ending nicotine addiction is hard but there are ways to make it easier on the person and on the health care team. Systematic integration of evidence-based cessation services improves quit rates in tribal and urban communities. Proven strategies (5A’s, […]

Envision Sexual and Reproductive Health

Presented by the California Rural Indian Health Board September 16, 2021 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. PDT Overview: Prevention of cervical cancer screening has been a story of success– Mostly. But it is also a story that is confusing and keeps changing as we learn more about the vital role that HPV plays. Join us for […]

7th Annual Great Plains Good Health and Community Wellness Virtual Symposium

Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board presents: September 14, 2021 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. MST The Great Plains Good Health and Wellness Program is proud to welcome you to our gathering.  Together we will celebrate the successes of the Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country initiative in the Great Plains Area. Good Health […]

WEBINAR: Intergenerational Trauma among AI/AN Women and its Impact on Women’s Health and Cancer Screening

DOWNLOAD SLIDE DECK HERE Presented by National Native Network’s California Rural Indian Health Board. September 8, 2021 Presenter:Celena DonahuePublic Health AdvocatePueblo Overview:Through this presentation, you will gain an increased knowledge and understanding of the history and historical trauma amongst Native Americans and AI/AN women, understand the barriers within Native American populations and the impact on […]
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