Training

Training

Building Bridges to Enhance the Well-Being of American Indian and Alaska Native Workers Workshop

Training

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in partnership with the Center for Health, Work & Environment are pleased to announce the Building Bridges to Enhance the Well-Being of American Indian and Alaska Native Workers Workshop.

View the Save the Date flyer for the upcoming workshop July 30 – 31, 2019 in Denver, CO.
Registration and requests for travel assistance will be open in the spring.
If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Dalsey at edalsey@cdc.gov or at 303-236-5955.

Fostering Lasting Impact: How Funders Can Build Capacity for Program Sustainability

Training, Webinar

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of program sustainability from a funders’ perspective.
  • State the factors associated with greater program sustainability.
  • List the steps in developing a formal sustainability action plan.
  • Employ two tools to help grantees develop their own sustainability plans.

Who This Session is For:
This session will appeal to foundations, grant makers, and other funders in all sectors. If your grants are time-limited, sustainability is an issue for your grantees.

When:
March 5, 2019, 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Time

Cost:
$100 USD/$130 CDN (includes GST)

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Alaska Indigenous Research Program

Training

Are you Alaska Native or American Indian and interested in health research? Are you a researcher or public health professional interested in Alaska Native health research? Are you at least 18 years old?

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) and Alaska Pacific University (APU) invite you to attend up to three weeks of courses held at APU covering:

  • Indigenous and Western research methodologies
  • Community-based participatory research
  • Culturally responsive community engagement and communication
  • Health research ethics
  • Health research and historical trauma

Choose the week(s) that best fits your needs:

  • Week one | May 6-10
    Advanced research courses
  • Week two | May 13-17
    Intermediate research ethics courses
  • Week three | May 20-24
    Introductory research courses

In addition to the three weeks of courses, five-week internships are being offered!

Cost:

  • There is no cost for the three weeks of courses
  • Limited scholarships for travel (including airfare, room and board) are offered
  • Academic credit available and professional development

Registration opens in February!

More Information:
Contact Lauren Smayda at lcsmayda@anthc.org or (907) 729-4551.

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This program is supported by the National Institute Of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number S06GM127911. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

NIHB Health Policy Fellowship

Training

Growing the Next Generation of Indian Health Advocates

 

National Indian Health Board (NIHB) Health Policy Fellows are a diverse group of talented Native youth who are dedicated to making a difference in their communities.

 

Fellows work directly with their Tribal leadership to identify one priority health issue. Then, with the support of program mentors, Fellows learn how to analyze policy in their issue area, create informed recommendations, and advocate for change.

Health Policy Fellows:

  • Learn about the policies that affect the health of Indian people
  • Grow their team-building and leadership skills
  • Educate their Congressional and Tribal leaders on important health issues
  • Learn tips for being effective advocates and community changemakers
  • Present at national conferences and gatherings
  • Contribute to the development of national and Tribal health programs and policies

Applications are due March 30, 2019 by 11:59 p.m.

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