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  • Survey Design Workshop
    All day
    06/03/19-06/04/19

    June 3-4, 2019

    This two-day training will cover survey design topics including what questions should be asked, choosing the format and writing questions to generate actionable data, identifying the best administration mode, and improving response rates.

    Flyer | Registration

  • Native HOPE Conference
    All day
    06/03/19-06/05/19

    Native HOPE is a culture- and resilience-based program endorsed by Tribal Leaders and state and federal agencies as an effective prevention model. The topics include suicide prevention and the related risk factors, substance abuse, violence prevention, coping with stress-trauma, and depression. The training includes strengthening facilitation and group process skills.

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  • Survey Design Workshop
    All day
    06/04/19-06/04/19

    June 3-4, 2019

    This two-day training will cover survey design topics including what questions should be asked, choosing the format and writing questions to generate actionable data, identifying the best administration mode, and improving response rates.

    Flyer | Registration

  • Native HOPE Conference
    All day
    06/04/19-06/05/19

    Native HOPE is a culture- and resilience-based program endorsed by Tribal Leaders and state and federal agencies as an effective prevention model. The topics include suicide prevention and the related risk factors, substance abuse, violence prevention, coping with stress-trauma, and depression. The training includes strengthening facilitation and group process skills.

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  • Native HOPE Conference
    All day
    06/05/19-06/05/19

    Native HOPE is a culture- and resilience-based program endorsed by Tribal Leaders and state and federal agencies as an effective prevention model. The topics include suicide prevention and the related risk factors, substance abuse, violence prevention, coping with stress-trauma, and depression. The training includes strengthening facilitation and group process skills.

  • Decolonizing Data: Strengthening Community Voices to Take Action for Our Missing Relatives
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    06/05/19America/Anchorage

    Our missing and murdered Native relatives have been invisible for too long, but we are taking a step to help change that. And we need your help.

    Please spread the word and join our webinar with NamUs on June 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. This webinar is for community members around the country to learn how to input their missing Native loved ones’ information into the NamUs database.

    We are hosting this webinar so community members can take action and help strengthen the data on our missing relatives. Following the webinar, we will announce a plan of action for coordinated community data entry into NamUs.

    Please join us for this webinar. Download the social media toolkit to share on your channels and the flyer to post in your community.

    When: June 5, 2019
    Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
    Register to receive access to the webinar

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    Download Flyer
    Download Social Media Toolkit

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  • Survey Design Workshop
    All day
    06/06/19-06/07/19

    June 6-7, 2019

    This two-day training will cover survey design topics including what questions should be asked, choosing the format and writing questions to generate actionable data, identifying the best administration mode, and improving response rates.

    Flyer | Registration

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  • Survey Design Workshop
    All day
    06/07/19-06/07/19

    June 6-7, 2019

    This two-day training will cover survey design topics including what questions should be asked, choosing the format and writing questions to generate actionable data, identifying the best administration mode, and improving response rates.

    Flyer | Registration

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  • Professional Grant Development
    9:00 am-4:30 pm
    06/10/19-06/12/19America/Anchorage

    Our comprehensive workshop covers the diversity of donors, key search engines, and converting ideas into fundable projects or research. After the workshop, you will understand how to navigate the world of grant procurement, identify the critical sections of successful proposals, and demonstrate the excellence and innovation that propels your project or research beyond other submissions. You will also understand the diversity of the funding community and how to respond to various guidelines.

    The training addresses the overall strategic plan for writing grants, including: needs statement, mission, goals, objectives, activities, evaluation, key personnel, and budgets. Our instructors will engage you in interactive exercises, writing, lectures, and discussions to better understand how to research, write, and develop your specific project.

    Details

    Our curriculum targets:

    • Beginners seeking to acquire the techniques to research and draft grant-winning proposals for various funders
    • Experienced grant writers looking to polish existing skills and receive updates about funding trends

    You will learn how to:

    • Comprehend the diversity of the funding community
    • Research and identify potential donors
    • Create the right fit with the selected funding agency
    • Address the guidelines of proposals
    • Identify and effectively write the key elements of a proposal
    • Integrate each component of the grant into the final product
    • Develop focused and realistic budgets
    • Package a professional grant submission
    • Write winning grants that stand out among competition

    Location:
    University of Alaska – Anchorage
    Lee Gorsuch Commons, Room 106
    3700 Sharon Gagnon Lane
    Anchorage, AK 99508

    Date:
    Jun 10 – Jun 12, 2019

    Time:
    9:00a – 4:30p

    Cost:
    $595.00

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  • Professional Grant Development
    9:00 am-4:30 pm
    06/11/19-06/12/19America/Anchorage

    Our comprehensive workshop covers the diversity of donors, key search engines, and converting ideas into fundable projects or research. After the workshop, you will understand how to navigate the world of grant procurement, identify the critical sections of successful proposals, and demonstrate the excellence and innovation that propels your project or research beyond other submissions. You will also understand the diversity of the funding community and how to respond to various guidelines.

    The training addresses the overall strategic plan for writing grants, including: needs statement, mission, goals, objectives, activities, evaluation, key personnel, and budgets. Our instructors will engage you in interactive exercises, writing, lectures, and discussions to better understand how to research, write, and develop your specific project.

    Details

    Our curriculum targets:

    • Beginners seeking to acquire the techniques to research and draft grant-winning proposals for various funders
    • Experienced grant writers looking to polish existing skills and receive updates about funding trends

    You will learn how to:

    • Comprehend the diversity of the funding community
    • Research and identify potential donors
    • Create the right fit with the selected funding agency
    • Address the guidelines of proposals
    • Identify and effectively write the key elements of a proposal
    • Integrate each component of the grant into the final product
    • Develop focused and realistic budgets
    • Package a professional grant submission
    • Write winning grants that stand out among competition

    Location:
    University of Alaska – Anchorage
    Lee Gorsuch Commons, Room 106
    3700 Sharon Gagnon Lane
    Anchorage, AK 99508

    Date:
    Jun 10 – Jun 12, 2019

    Time:
    9:00a – 4:30p

    Cost:
    $595.00

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  • Professional Grant Development
    9:00 am-4:30 pm
    06/12/19-06/12/19America/Anchorage

    Our comprehensive workshop covers the diversity of donors, key search engines, and converting ideas into fundable projects or research. After the workshop, you will understand how to navigate the world of grant procurement, identify the critical sections of successful proposals, and demonstrate the excellence and innovation that propels your project or research beyond other submissions. You will also understand the diversity of the funding community and how to respond to various guidelines.

    The training addresses the overall strategic plan for writing grants, including: needs statement, mission, goals, objectives, activities, evaluation, key personnel, and budgets. Our instructors will engage you in interactive exercises, writing, lectures, and discussions to better understand how to research, write, and develop your specific project.

    Details

    Our curriculum targets:

    • Beginners seeking to acquire the techniques to research and draft grant-winning proposals for various funders
    • Experienced grant writers looking to polish existing skills and receive updates about funding trends

    You will learn how to:

    • Comprehend the diversity of the funding community
    • Research and identify potential donors
    • Create the right fit with the selected funding agency
    • Address the guidelines of proposals
    • Identify and effectively write the key elements of a proposal
    • Integrate each component of the grant into the final product
    • Develop focused and realistic budgets
    • Package a professional grant submission
    • Write winning grants that stand out among competition

    Location:
    University of Alaska – Anchorage
    Lee Gorsuch Commons, Room 106
    3700 Sharon Gagnon Lane
    Anchorage, AK 99508

    Date:
    Jun 10 – Jun 12, 2019

    Time:
    9:00a – 4:30p

    Cost:
    $595.00

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  • Who Counts? Racial Misclassification and American Indian/Alaska Natives
    All day
    06/14/19

    Join UIHI for a free webinar on the racial misclassification of American Indians and Alaska Natives in data. Hosted by UIHI Scientific Director, Adrian Dominguez, MS, this webinar will discuss how racial misclassification and limited analysis have excluded American Indian and Alaska Native populations from health assessments and community conversations, and will provide training on ways to improve capturing race of American Indians and Alaska Natives in data.

    When: June 14, 2019
    Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. PDT

    Register Now

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  • Communicating Risk, Health & Disease Data
    All day
    06/17/19-06/18/19

    A two-day communication workshop for public health professionals who communicate risk, health, and disease data. This interactive training is designed and tailored to understand different risk perceptions among varying audiences and cultural groups, and hone interpersonal communication skills when meeting with individuals or small groups from the community.

    Objectives:

    • Understand different risk perception among different audiences and cultural groups.
    • Identify best practices when developing public materials for cultural groups.
    • Identify best practices in or with small groups comprised of culturally diverse individuals.

    Flyer
    Registration

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  • Communicating Risk, Health & Disease Data
    All day
    06/18/19-06/18/19

    A two-day communication workshop for public health professionals who communicate risk, health, and disease data. This interactive training is designed and tailored to understand different risk perceptions among varying audiences and cultural groups, and hone interpersonal communication skills when meeting with individuals or small groups from the community.

    Objectives:

    • Understand different risk perception among different audiences and cultural groups.
    • Identify best practices when developing public materials for cultural groups.
    • Identify best practices in or with small groups comprised of culturally diverse individuals.

    Flyer
    Registration

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  • Workshop: Achieving Health Equity in Preventative Services
    All day
    06/19/19-06/20/19

    This HHS/NIH Workshop will assess the available scientific evidence on achieving health equity in the use of clinical preventative services in a health care setting, focusing on three leading causes of death in the United States: cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The workshop is being held in Bethesda, MD but can also be attended via NIH VideoCast.

    When: June 19-20, 2019

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  • Workshop: Achieving Health Equity in Preventative Services
    All day
    06/20/19-06/20/19

    This HHS/NIH Workshop will assess the available scientific evidence on achieving health equity in the use of clinical preventative services in a health care setting, focusing on three leading causes of death in the United States: cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The workshop is being held in Bethesda, MD but can also be attended via NIH VideoCast.

    When: June 19-20, 2019

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  • Improving Data Access and Use Between Tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Centers, and States
    All day
    06/25/19

    This webinar is for Tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TEC), and Tribal serving organizations to learn more about data access and the data use agreement (DUA)/memorandum of understanding (MOU) process. Attendees may also invite a colleague from the state Department of Health to attend the webinar. In this webinar subject matter experts (SMEs) from the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, Oregon Office of Health Affairs, and the National Health Law Program/ChangeLab will provide an overview on drafting DUAs/MOUs and how TECs could work with tribes and states to get access to public health data. Participants learn more about some successful DSAs with TECs and Tribes and what TECs should consider when writing DSAs (e.g., protections for Tribes, small numbers policies, etc.). In addition SMEs will provide an overview of MOU Best Practices and share details on what states need to know when working with TECs and Tribes on writing and successfully completing agreements and MOUs provide. There will also be time for questions and answers at the end of the presentations.

    Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    2 to 3:30 pm ET; 11 am to 12:30 pm PT

    More details, including an agenda will be shared before the webinar.

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  • National HIV Testing Day
    All day
    06/27/19

    More than 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV, and 1 in 7 people don’t know they have it. The good news is you can help change this – spread the word about National HIV Testing Day on June 27!

  • SAMHSA Webinar on Tribal Grant Applications
    10:00 am-11:30 am
    06/27/19America/Anchorage

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is sponsoring a 90-minute webinar series specifically designed for Tribes, Tribal organizations, and Urban Indian organizations, with a focus on developing a proposed budget. The webinar series will include a question-and-answer segment and will provide contacts for later questions.

    June 27, 2019
    2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Eastern

    Event Link for Attendees
    Conference number: PWXW9278482
    Audience passcode: 2528739C

    Dial in: 877-602-6810
    Access code: 2528739
    Participants can join the event directly here!

    Click here for more information!

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