Tribal Accreditation Learning Community (TALC) Webinar Series

Preparing for a Site Visit: Ho-Chunk Nation / Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Date: January 12, 2018 – 2-3 EST

Ho-Chunk Nation and Pascua Yaqui Tribe recently began the process of formally applying for PHAB accreditation, and will both be hosting a site visit this grant-year. They will be offering insight on how to prepare for a site-visit, and share how they reached this point in their accreditation efforts. This is part of the Tribal Accreditation Learning Community (TALC) Webinar Series. TALC is a free, monthly webinar series held the second Friday of every month. It is designed for sharing and learning about public health accreditation in Tribal communities.

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