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

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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CTEC Success Story: CRIHB Releases Strategic Plan to Address Tribal Opioid Use

Over the past year, the California Tribal Epidemiology Center (CTEC), housed within the California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.’s (CRIHB) Research and Public Health ...
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OKTEC Success Story: Portraits of Good Health and Wellness In Indian Country

Southern Plains Tribal Health Board – Tribal Epidemiology Center (SPTHB-TEC) presents “Portraits of Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country” made possible through funding ...
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ITCA-TEC Success Story: Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) Workshop

On July 18, 2019, the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc. Tribal Epidemiology Center (ITCA TEC) partnered with the Cocopah Indian Tribe to conduct ...
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