Indigenizing Evaluation Tools: A Community of Learning Webinar

Training, Webinar

Join the National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) to learn about the need for a more culturally informed approach to evaluating Native American programs. The webinar will introduce the Cultural Connectedness Scale-California (CCS-CA), which measures culture/cultural connectedness and consists of 3 subscales (Identity, Spirituality, and Traditions), describe results from the pilot study, psychometric testing and correlation analyses between the CCS-CA and the Herth Hope Index, and discuss the potential predictive and clinical applications of the Cultural Connectedness Scale-California.

When: August 28, 2018 3-4 p.m. ET

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TEI | The Evaluators’ Institute


TEI is excited to announce its January 2019 schedule in Claremont, California!

We hope to see you there. Please contact us with any questions at

Program Dates:
January 14-19, 2019

Claremont Graduate University
Ron W. Burkle Family Building,
1021 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711

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OMHRC SMAIF Clinical HIV/AIDS Regional Trainings


The Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC) is excited to announce two Clinical HIV/AIDS Regional Trainings to be held on August 16, 2018 in Seattle, WA in collaboration with the Urban Indian Health Institute and on September 17, 2018 in Oklahoma City, OK in collaboration with the National Indian Health Board. The training in Seattle will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Airport in Seattle.

The one-day regional clinical trainings are for doctors, nurses, case managers, community health workers, and other health care professionals working in tribal agencies and clinics delivering HIV prevention services. The training aims to increase providers’ knowledge in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment with presentation topics on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), HIV/HCV Integration, and HIV & Opioids.

Supported with the Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Funds (SMAIF), the training is free to attend, and is limited to 30 providers serving American Indians/Alaska Natives. Travel (airfare /mileage) and lodging sponsorships are available to assist providers with attending the training.

If you are interested in attending a training or have any questions, please contact Elton Naswood, OMHRC at or at 301-251-1797 ext. 3107.

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OMHRC SMAIF Clinical HIV/AIDS Regional Trainings