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Navajo Peacemaking: An Indigenous Restorative Justice Practice

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Wednesday, May 24, 2023 3 ET | 2 CT | 1 MT | 12 PT | 11 AK The National AI/AN Childhood Trauma TSA, Category II, and the National AI/AN MHTTC K-12 School Mental Health Program invite you to learn about the philosophy and practice of Navajo Peacemaking as it is […]

SelfMade Health Network Webinar: Examining the Intersection of Cancer Disparities Among Populations with Low Socioeconomic Status Characteristics

As a member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Consortium of National Networks [Networking2Save] with a shared focus on health equity, cancer, and tobacco-related disparities; specifically among populations with low socioeconomic status (SES) characteristics, we are happy to announce that registration is available for the next upcoming webinar on June 7, 2023 […]

GLMA’s Annual Conference on LGBTQ+ Health

  CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS Announcing GMLA’s Scholarship Program for Students, Trainees, and Members of Historically Excluded Groups to Attend the Annual Conference on LGBTQ+ Health! The GLMA scholarship program is designed to ensure inclusivity and representation, with a focus on individuals who have faced systematic barriers in accessing LGBTQ+ health resources and education.  […]

2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data and Toolkit

On April 27, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) dataset and results.  CDC released the survey results within a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Supplement. The supplement provides the most recent surveillance data on ongoing and emerging health behaviors and experience among a nationally representative […]

Call for Manuscripts | Arizona State Law Journal

The Arizona State Law Journal (ASLJ) is seeking articles for the upcoming fall issue.  ASLJ will consider articles discussing any area of Arizona law but will give priority and preference to manuscripts focused on Indian law.  Submissions will be considered on a rolling basis until June 23. |  LEARN MORE AND SUBMIT A MANUSCRIPT

Heather Medicine Bear, MPH joins the National Native Network

The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan is pleased to welcome Heather Medicine Bear, MPH as the new Program Manager for the National Native Network. Heather is an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Community, Akimel O’odham.  She comes to us from Hawaii Pacific University, where she serves as an adjunct professor at the College of […]

Outreach from the FDA Center for Tobacco Products

Below is the quarterly newsletter from the FDA Center for Tobacco Products.  The FDA CTP provides a quarterly newsletter with CTP updates and resources for stakeholders at American Indian/Alaska Native-serving organizations.  The most recent issue of the newsletter is below.  Should you wish to be added to these communications, reach out to Megan Hicks, at […]

October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month

The Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership  vaccine-preventable cancers work group has compiled a list of resources to help cancer coalitions and others who want to work in liver cancer prevention through hepatitis B vaccination. They ask that you please help raise awareness among your networks about this new resource list. Please use any of the […]

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Supporting Tribes of All Sizes:  Ensuring Streamlined Funding Sources to Support Rural Tribal Communities | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER

AAIP 52nd Annual Meeting & Health Conference | LEARN MORE