This webinar is for Tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TEC), and Tribal serving organizations to learn more about data access and the data use agreement (DUA)/memorandum of understanding (MOU) process. Attendees may also invite a colleague from the state Department of Health to attend the webinar.
This cost principles training workshop will be a follow-up to last year’s Grant Management training workshop and build on our grant management skills. Anyone involved in grant-related financial actions will benefit from this course which will cover cost principles throughout the grants lifecycle, including budget development and review, spending decisions, and site visits and audits.
July 24-25, 2019
This HHS/NIH Workshop will assess the available scientific evidence on achieving health equity in the use of clinical preventative services in a health care setting, focusing on three leading causes of death in the United States: cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The workshop is being held in Bethesda, MD but can also be attended via NIH VideoCast.
When: June 19-20, 2019
This two-day communication workshop is for public health professionals who communicate risk, health, and disease data. This interactive training is designed and tailored to understand different risk perceptions among varying audiences and cultural groups, and hone interpersonal communication skills when meeting with individuals or small groups from the community.
When: June 17-18, 2019
Where: Anchorage, AK
Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board
7001 Prospect Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
July 9-11, 2019
Digital Storytelling is a low-cost, powerful way to promote change by sharing your voice with digital media, such as, images, music, video (optional). This workshop is designed for all levels of computer experience.
As you plan to attend the workshop, think of what story is most important for you to share with others.
- Why is this story important to me? Why is it important to tell it now?
- Who is the audience for this story?
- Can I include my Native language, culture, and traditions in my story?