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

TEC staff from across Indian Country gather in Anchorage to learn essential grant management skills

On July 24th and 25th, 25 Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TEC) staff, representing 10 different nationwide organizations, gathered to participate in the Management Concept’s Cost ...
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GPTEC Success Story: Promoting Healing Through Self-Defense: A Response to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Crisis

The issue of violence in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities is of growing concern. In 2016, the National Institute of Justice reported ...
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GLITEC Success Story: Resource Patient Management System Training

Bemidji Area Tribes were some of the first to exercise their right to participate in PL-93-638 and only three of the thirty-four federally-recognized Tribes ...
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NEC Success Story: Navajo TECPHI welcomes Delores Becenti

Navajo TECPHI Initiatives:
  • Build Navajo Epidemiology Center’s technological infrastructure to support future endeavors of effective health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Implement a Data ...
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RMTEC Success Story: A Matter of Balance

Elderly Fall Prevention The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council, Epidemiology Center (RMTEC) has been working with the IHS Billings Area Office to implement an ...
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NWTEC Success Story: Defining State Health Priorities

NWTEC Assists with Involvement of AI/AN People in Defining State Health Priorities The Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (NWTEC) partnered with the Oregon Health Authority ...
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