Success Stories

Success Stories

Each Tribal Epidemiology Center has a unique mission and strives to achieve a specific set of goals. These efforts have produced many stories of accomplishment over the years.

 

Recent Success Stories

AASTEC Success Story: Tribal Injury Prevention Program

2020 Virtual Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety Summit For the month of October, you can take part in different learning and networking opportunities from the ...
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CTEC Success Story: Tribal Adverse Childhood Experiences (TACEs) Project

Nearly two-thirds of the general population report experiencing at least one Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE), such as loss of a parent, abuse, or domestic ...
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ITCA TEC Success Story: Oral Health Surveillance

Oral Health Surveillance among American Indians and Alaska Natives in Arizona, Nevada, and Utah The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Tribal Epidemiology Center ...
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ANEC Success Story: Alaska Native Injury Atlas

Every five years the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) Injury Prevention program and Alaska Native Epidemiology Center collaborate with statewide data sources and ...
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ANEC Success Story: Crystal Bruns, Associate Health Statistician

A TEC Internship Success Story! Crystal Bruns joined the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (ANEC) in August 2019 as a Biostatistics Intern, where she completed ...
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NEC Success Story: Changing Winds – Public Health and Indian Country

The Navajo Epidemiology Center (NEC) worked closely with the David J. Sencer CDC Museum on a new exhibit titled "Changing Winds: Public Health and ...
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