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 PRAMS Project

In May 2018, the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) launched the Tribal Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) – a new tribal ...
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UIHI Success Story: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Report

Report provides snapshot of crisis in urban Native communities Analysis of data in 71 U.S. cities points to much larger problem, inaccurate data In ...
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USET TEC Success Story: NIHB Annual Heroes in Health Awards Gala

2018 Area Impact Award Winner The United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Tribal Epidemiology Center received a National Indian Health Board “Area Impact Award” ...
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ANEC Success Story: Alaska Native Tumor Registry

ANTR Awarded First-Place by SEER Program Cancer is the leading cause of death among Alaska Native people. Many cancers can be prevented. To understand ...
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CTEC Success Story: August 2018

Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country Tiffany Ta, MPH Within the project year, the California Tribal Epidemiology Center (CTEC) conducted key informant interviews ...
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GPTEC Success Story: July 2018

Criminalizing Pregnancy in South Dakota Prepared By: Dr. Jennifer Giroux and Sara Albertson In South Dakota (SD), maternal substance use disorders during pregnancy are ...
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