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  • 2018 NACCHO Annual Conference
    All day
    07/10/18-07/12/18

    New Ideas to Improve Day-to-Day Public Health Practice

    July 10-12, 2018
    New Orleans, LA

    Each year, the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Annual convenes hundreds of local health department leaders, staff, and partners from across the nation to share ideas, innovations, and perspectives on key public health practice issues. NACCHO Annual 2018 will take place July 10–12 in New Orleans. This year’s conference theme, “Unleashing the Power of Public Health,” highlights the impact public health makes on entire communities to mitigate disasters and outbreaks and improve population health and health outcomes. This year’s six educational tracks are aligned with current local health department activities to improve day-to-day local public health practice.

  • 10th Meeting of the Secretary’s Advisory Committee for Healthy People 2030
    5:00 pm-8:00 pm
    07/10/18America/Anchorage

    July 10, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET

    Register for the 10th meeting of the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for 2030 (Committee). The Committee will:

    • Continue its deliberations regarding the Nation’s health promotion and disease prevention objectives
    • Further develop recommendations on topics including:
      • Target-setting methods for the Healthy People 2030 objectives
      • The roles of health promotion, health and well-being, health equity, health literacy, systems science, summary measures, and law and policy in Healthy People 2030

    Be a part of the Healthy People 2030 development process. This Committee meeting will be held online via webcast and is open to the public.

    Register to attend

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  • 2018 NACCHO Annual Conference
    All day
    07/11/18-07/12/18

    New Ideas to Improve Day-to-Day Public Health Practice

    July 10-12, 2018
    New Orleans, LA

    Each year, the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Annual convenes hundreds of local health department leaders, staff, and partners from across the nation to share ideas, innovations, and perspectives on key public health practice issues. NACCHO Annual 2018 will take place July 10–12 in New Orleans. This year’s conference theme, “Unleashing the Power of Public Health,” highlights the impact public health makes on entire communities to mitigate disasters and outbreaks and improve population health and health outcomes. This year’s six educational tracks are aligned with current local health department activities to improve day-to-day local public health practice.

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  • 2018 NACCHO Annual Conference
    All day
    07/12/18-07/12/18

    New Ideas to Improve Day-to-Day Public Health Practice

    July 10-12, 2018
    New Orleans, LA

    Each year, the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Annual convenes hundreds of local health department leaders, staff, and partners from across the nation to share ideas, innovations, and perspectives on key public health practice issues. NACCHO Annual 2018 will take place July 10–12 in New Orleans. This year’s conference theme, “Unleashing the Power of Public Health,” highlights the impact public health makes on entire communities to mitigate disasters and outbreaks and improve population health and health outcomes. This year’s six educational tracks are aligned with current local health department activities to improve day-to-day local public health practice.

  • The Online GIS Essentials™ Workshop – July 12
    All day
    07/12/18

    Description: The GIS Essentials™, online GIS workshop, is designed to provide you with an expeditious introduction to GIS fundamentals. Learn ArcGIS in this hands-on, dynamic workshop. In five hours, you will learn how to create professional and compelling maps for your community.

    July 12, 2018
    9AM–2PM (PST) / 12–5PM (EST)

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    Key workshop proficiencies:

    • ArcGIS Desktop essentials
    • Creating basic maps and awesome layouts
    • Thematic mapping (color shaded mapping)
    • Address mapping (geocoding)
    • Joining spreadsheets to maps

    Cost: $495

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  • Tribal Opioid and SUD Data Webinar
    2:00 pm-3:30 pm
    07/17/18America/Anchorage

    Tuesday, July 17, 2018
    2–3:30 pm CDT

    This webinar is to support HHS Region 6 Tribes in locating and selecting data from public sources related to opioid misuse and other substance use disorders. Tribes will gain understanding of available resources and opportunities for technical assistance related to data collection to improve surveillance capability and also to assist Tribes in increasing their ability to be competitive for future funding opportunities.

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    Call-in: 888-769-8917
    Password: 2951762

    Agenda:

    2:00 pm – 2:15 pm: CDR Karen Hearod, LCSW,SAMHSA Region 6 Regional Administrator CAPT John Moroney, MD, MPH,HRSA Region 9, Regional Administrator, HRSA, San Francisco Regional Office. Lisa Neel, MPH, Public Health Advisor, Indian Health Service
    2:15pm – 2:25 pm: Kevin English, DrPH, Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center
    2:25 pm – 2:30 pm: Brook Doman, MPH, Tribal Epidemiologist, New Mexico Dept. of Health
    2:30 pm – 2:40 pm: Scott Schaeffer, RPh, DABAT, Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information
    2:50 pm – 3:00 pm: Brenna Greenfield, PhD , LP, Assistant Professor Dept of Family Medicine and Behavioral Health, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Duluth Campus
    3:00 pm – 3:20 pm: Joni Lyon, MPA, Clinical Administrator, Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health. Sam Bradshaw, Project Director, Cherokee Nation Behavioral Health
    3:20 pm – 3:30 pm: Question and Answers. Closing Remarks

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  • Research Grant Writing Workshop
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    07/24/18-07/25/18America/Anchorage

    Please join the Urban Indian Health Institute and the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Cancer Institute, National Institute of General Medical Science, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse for a free two-day session on federal research grant writing in Seattle, WA.

    There are no registration fees associated with this event.

    July 24 & 25, 2018
    9:00 AM 5:00 PM PDT

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    Registration

    Due to limited capacity, priority enrollment will be given to employees of the following eligible organizations:

    • Urban Indian Health Programs, as defined by Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act;
    • Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) or Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) Indian Health Service funded organizations; and
    • National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) member organizations.

    Registration will open to other interested organizations on June 29, 2018.

    Register Now

    Session Description:
    Do you work for an urban Indian organization interested in learning more about federal research grant opportunities? Join us for this two-day interactive workshop led by representatives from three National Institutes of Health (NIH) centers.

    Training and resource topics include:

    • Federal Research Grants 101: An introduction to NIH grant opportunities
    • Finding the Right Fit: Choosing an appropriate NIH funding instrument and funding mechanism for your organization
    • Get Organized: Tips for preparing and applying for federal research grants
    • Create a Stand Out Application: Discussion on integrating culture, tradition and indigenous values into grant proposals
    • What to Expect: Information on NIH grant review processes
    • Customized Feedback: Optional one-on-one hour-long session with NIH staff to get feedback on grant ideas, grant abstracts, developing competitive strategies and specific aims, and review drafted grant applications
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  • 2018 American Indian and Alaska Native National Behavioral Health Conference
    All day
    07/25/18-07/27/18

    July 25-27, 2018

    The Conference will feature recognized Tribal leaders, public health practitioners, Tribal behavioral health experts, federal employees, advocates, policy makers and dynamic experts from across Indian Country and the nation.

    2018 AI/AN National Behavioral Health Conference
  • Research Grant Writing Workshop
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    07/25/18-07/25/18America/Anchorage

    Please join the Urban Indian Health Institute and the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Cancer Institute, National Institute of General Medical Science, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse for a free two-day session on federal research grant writing in Seattle, WA.

    There are no registration fees associated with this event.

    July 24 & 25, 2018
    9:00 AM 5:00 PM PDT

    Learn More

    Registration

    Due to limited capacity, priority enrollment will be given to employees of the following eligible organizations:

    • Urban Indian Health Programs, as defined by Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act;
    • Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) or Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) Indian Health Service funded organizations; and
    • National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) member organizations.

    Registration will open to other interested organizations on June 29, 2018.

    Register Now

    Session Description:
    Do you work for an urban Indian organization interested in learning more about federal research grant opportunities? Join us for this two-day interactive workshop led by representatives from three National Institutes of Health (NIH) centers.

    Training and resource topics include:

    • Federal Research Grants 101: An introduction to NIH grant opportunities
    • Finding the Right Fit: Choosing an appropriate NIH funding instrument and funding mechanism for your organization
    • Get Organized: Tips for preparing and applying for federal research grants
    • Create a Stand Out Application: Discussion on integrating culture, tradition and indigenous values into grant proposals
    • What to Expect: Information on NIH grant review processes
    • Customized Feedback: Optional one-on-one hour-long session with NIH staff to get feedback on grant ideas, grant abstracts, developing competitive strategies and specific aims, and review drafted grant applications
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