Indigenous Epidemiology: Identifying Health Priorities Among Urban Native Populations

Friday, March 2, 2018

Join us to not just learn about the data visualization tool, but celebrate an achievement as we continue to make tremendous steps toward making urban Indian data more efficient and accessible

This tool shows the progress urban Indian health areas are making, and it has the ability to change how funders, policymakers, and government officials make decisions that will impact urban Indian health.

Register for the Indigenous Epidemiology: Identifying Health Priorities Among Urban Native Populations webinar today.

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If you have questions, please contact Francesca Murnan, Program Manager at (206) 812-3048 or FrancescaM@uihi.org for more information.

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