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Diabetes Industry and Native American Health
Competing agendas drive the distribution of resources when it comes to diabetes care and prevention. We spend most of our dollars on late-stage care, which not coincidentally is highly profitable to companies that provide those services. To reduce diabetes rates among Native Americans and other populations, we have to advocate for policies that will invest more resources in primary prevention and underlying social conditions. This video is a Web-exclusive supplement to "Bad Sugar," Episode 4 of "UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?" This ground-breaking documentary series looks at how the social, economic and physical environments in which we are born, live, and work profoundly affect our longevity and health. The series broadcast nationally on PBS in spring 2008, and can be bought on DVD from California Newsreel, www.newsreel.org Visit www.unnaturalcauses.org to learn more.
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Indian Healthcare: A Native Perspective - Coming 2010
Documenting the history of the Indian healthcare system in American and the state of care today. For more information or pre orders: www.richheape.com
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Indian Health Service Director Yvette Roubideaux on Challenges in Indian Health Leadership
Yvette Roubideaux, director of the Indian Health Service at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, spoke at HSPH on December 5, 2011 as part of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series. Roubideaux is an HSPH alumna and a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. Watch the entire Decision-making: Voices from the Field series at http://hvrd.me/Ja3Iyk.
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Native American Healthcare | On Call with the Prairie Doc | Jan 12, 2017
Dr. Rick Holm, The Prairie Doc, is joined by Sandra Ogunremi, DHA, and Donald Warne, MD. Sandra Ogunremi, DHA, is the Director, Native American Collaboration and Pine Ridge Regional Medical Clinic at Regional Health in Rapid City South Dakota. Donald Warne, MD, MPH is the chair of the Department of Public Health at North Dakota State University, and he serves as the Senior Policy Advisor to the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board. In addition, he is an adjunct clinical professor at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law where he taught American Indian Health Policy. Dr. Warne is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe from Pine Ridge, South Dakota and comes from a long line of traditional healers and medicine men. Also featured are videos from South Dakota State President Barry Dunn and Bruce Long Fox of Rural America Initiatives. Learn more: https://www.PrairieDoc.org Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePrairieDoc Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ThePrairieDoc Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ThePrairieDoc Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ThePrairieDoc
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Native American Education and Health Care Act
This video is about Native American Education and Health Care Act
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A Killer in Indian Country
The sad reality is that American Indian and Alaska Natives use seat belts and child safety seats less often and are involved in more alcohol-related crashes than any other group in the US. The video features the CDC Director, a crash survivor and Indian Health Service expert speaking about how to stay safe on the road by wearing seat belts whenever you’re in the car, making sure that young children are in a car safety seat that’s the right size for their age and weight and choosing never to drink and drive. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/cdctv/KillerIndian/index.html
Patterns of Health and Wellbeing 09: The Health of Men
Health issues among American Indians, such as diabetes and substance abuse, are reaching epidemic levels. The majority of governmental and externally driven responses to these health issues have focused on the physical aspects of disease. Much less research has been done on the relationships between culture and health within Native communities. This symposium presents a report on active collaborations between Native community members and researchers that focus on the distinct cultural values about wellbeing held by Native communities in solving serious health issues. Cosponsored by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. In this section, Mose Herne (Haudenosaunee-Mohawk) talks on The Health of Men: Values and Behavioral Health. Mose Herne is a citizen of the Mohawk Nation (Turtle Clan). He grew up on the Nation until enlisting in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Propulsion Training Program. After his military service, Herne completed his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and neurobiology at Clarkson University. He then moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he completed the Master of Science degree program in Experimental Neuroscience at Brandeis University and the Master of Public Health program at the Boston University School of Public Health. Herne then completed the coursework and qualifying exams for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in environmental health sciences, in the area of behavioral neurotoxicology. He is the director of Planning, Evaluation, and Research, Office of Public Health Support, Indian Health Service. Patterns of Health and Wellbeing: An Intercultural Symposium was webcast from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Rasmuson Theater on April 11, 2014.
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Behavioral Health Integration in Indian Country By Dr. Longhi
Gabriel Longhi, Psy.D., Director of Behavioral Health, Albuquerque Service Unit, Indian Health Service (IHS), discusses lessons learned from the field on the provision of integrated care for Native Americans/Alaskan Natives at Albuquerque Indian Health Center. Practical steps, policy issues, and other pertinent information on sustaining integration are discussed. Learn more at: https://www.IHS.gov/dbh
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Cancer, Diabetes, and Oral Health Disparities in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities
NIH-sponsored researchers Drs. Dedra Buchwald, Rob Nelson, and Terry Batliner explain the burden of several diseases (cancer, diabetes, and oral disease) among American Indians and Alaska Natives in this Nov 8, 2012, webinar. For more information, please visit the National Cancer Institutes site at: www.cancer.gov/mmo-webinars.
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Episode 1114 | Re-connecting With A Healthy Lifestyle: Diet & Nutrition
Chronic illnesses, particularly diabetes, is a longstanding public health concern in many tribal communities in the Southwest. Native Americans are also more likely to be obese than many other groups, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has been associated with diabetes and pre-diabetes. Public health experts point to many factors that contribute to high rates of diabetes in Native American tribes. Fresh produce is often not available in remote reservations and many people live in areas that lack gyms, parks, or even sidewalks. Families that rely on staples from the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations have to make the most of commodity boxes that were filled for decades with processed food that were high in salt, fat and calories. In the latest installment of our series “Re-connecting with a healthy lifestyle,” producer Sarah Gustavus and correspondent Antonia Gonzales examine how some individuals have overcome those challenges and are now sharing information and resources with others in their community. This series was produced with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism in collaboration with National Native News.
The National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda Rollout
The Department of Health and Human Services and the National Indian Health Board announce the release of the first collaborative tribal-federal blueprint to improve the behavioral health of American Indians and Alaska Natives. To view the Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda, visit http://tools.store.samhsa.gov/TBHA/NIHB_TBHAgenda.pdf -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) http://www.hhs.gov We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://www.hhs.gov/web/socialmedia/policies HHS Privacy Policy http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
Sacred Wind Communications is a fledgling phone co.whose territory is mostly in nw New Mexico & mostly on Navajo lands. This tribal land is rugged, rural & inhabitated by a proud, creative people who have been forgotten, to a great extent, by the majority society in America. Over 40% of Navajo people on tribal lands are below poverty level; they have a higher incident of diabetes, depression,and unemployment rates than elsewhere in the USA. Many of the Navajo on the reservation do not have electricity, indoor plumbing, or heat (other than wood or coal). We want to have a positive impact on the Navajo; we will bring communication services to this area that, in many instances, has never had phone service before. Without phones or Internet access,the Navajo people can't call 911, can't get on computers to search for jobs, their children can't research homework assignments this is a people at a great disadvantage compared to the rest of America. We want to change this for these people. SWC, also, arranges food drives to the reservation (especially during winter storms where the dirt roads become impassable), makes scholarship $ available to Navajo students who are needy and are pursuing higher education, & donates money to numerous Navajo community events. The relationship we have forged with the Navajo is one that we are privileged to be part of, We have, in fact, been honored to participate in several Blessing Way Ceremonies celebrating our bond to the Navajo people. Our website is www.sacredwindcommunications.com WE NEED YOUR VOTE!! Sacred Wind is one of 3 finalists in an American Express contest called "Shine a Light" in which new, small companies that help communities can win marketing advice from American Express and a cash award of $50,000. We plan (if AMEX will allow) to donate some of the cash award to scholarships for deserving Navajo children. If you believe in what we are doing to help the Navajo people, please help us by voting for Sacred Wind on American Express's "Shine a Light" website. It'll take you 5 minutes, but you will be helping us to help change the world. To view our Shine a Light entry, please go to the link below: http://shinealight.ivillage.com/sbo-profile/?ProfileID=8923
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Serving the Native American Community
Cathy Williams from Winslow Campus of Care in Winslow, Arizona talks about how their skilled nursing center improves the customer experience by honoring the Navajo culture celebrated by its residents.
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OMH National Minority Health Month Observance
Dr. Matthew Lin, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health and Director, Office of Minority Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) invites you to the HHS National Minority Health Month Observance as we focus attention on partnerships at the federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial levels that help reduce disparities in health and health care. Speakers include leaders from the HHS Office of the Secretary, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Offices of Minority Health, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) and Indian Health Service. -- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) http://www.hhs.gov HHS Privacy Policy http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
Monitoring the Uranium Exposed Patient
This video is for Navajo Area IHS providers to provide education on how to identify and monitor uranium exposed patients.
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Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) Wellbriety Health Fair
Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) Wellbriety Health Fair the day i got my 10 year chip i was proud Sacramento Ca. White Bisions Wellbriety drum group Warrior Down brothers and sisters also Momma Bear and Lee Polanco video by Heather and Tony
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Episode 1118 | Healthy Water: Re-connecting With A Healthy Lifestyle: Replacing Soda With Water
One way to address high obesity rates in Native American communities is to encourage families to drink less soda and more water. The STAR school near Leupp, Arizona is offering several incentives for students to swap out water for sugar-sweetened beverages. Correspondent Antonia Gonzales and producer Sarah Gustavus traveled to the Navajo Nation recently to examine how a lack of access to water in many homes influences beverage choices and what might be done to increase water consumption among young people. This series was produced with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism in collaboration with National Native News.
Episode 1127 | "Reconnecting to a Healthy Lifestyle Revisited: Healthy Water
One way to address high obesity rates in Native American communities is to encourage families to drink less soda and more water. The STAR school near Leupp, Arizona is offering several incentives for students to swap out water for sugar-sweetened beverages. Correspondent Antonia Gonzales and producer Sarah Gustavus traveled to the Navajo Nation recently to examine how a lack of access to water in many homes influences beverage choices and what might be done to increase water consumption among young people. This series was produced with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism in collaboration with National Native News.
Community Food Systems in Native Communities: Engaging Students
Incorporating nutrition education related to traditional food items into cultural activities such as ceremonial songs and storytelling helps students to identify food as part of Native American heritage. This webinar will help you plan for farm to school educational efforts which engage students throughout the year. Gloria Begay, a Navajo Educator, will highlight school garden efforts and local foods activities in summer meals.
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Day 2 - TOPIC #7: Experiences of VA and IHS
TOPIC #7: Experiences of VA and IHS Panel moderator: Spero M. Manson, University of Colorado Denver Adam Darkins, Department of Veterans Affairs Mark Carroll, Flagstaff Medical Center/Northern Arizona Healthcare Jay H. Shore, University of Colorado Denver Q&A with Audience
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Day 2 - Planning Committee Concluding Remarks and Open Discussion
Planning committee members will reflect on the day and then engage in discussion with the audience. Panel moderator: Karen S. Rheuban (Chair), University of Virginia Health System Nina M. Antoniotti, Marshfield Clinic Kamal Jethwani, Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health;Harvard Medical School Spero M. Manson, University of Colorado Denver Thomas S. Nesbitt, UC Davis Health System Sherilyn Z. Pruitt, Health Resources and Services Administration Q&A with Audience
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Day 2 - TOPIC #5: Technological Developments
The Role of Telehealth in an Evolving Health Care Environment Workshop Panel moderator: Kamal Jethwani, Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health; Harvard Medical School Patients' provision of data, including patient-generated data David Muntz, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Remote Patient Monitoring Bonnie Britton, Vidant Health Patient support groups, social networking, etc. Dave Clifford, Patients Like Me The future of wireless health Mohit Kaushal, West Wireless Health Policy Institute Q&A with Audience
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Leadership in Sensitive International Missions | Voices from the Field | Bill Richardson
The Decision-making: Voices from the Field webcast leadership discussion series at Harvard School of Public Health invites leaders to speak about their experiences making decisions that affect global health. Highly interactive and candid, the series is produced in The Leadership Studio for a student audience. The high-definition webcast is streamed live and posted for future viewing. Students learn from experienced leaders about decisions that were effective, decisions that failed, and which decisions, if any, could have been made differently. Watch the entire series at http://hsph.me/voices. Bill Richardson completed his second term as Governor of New Mexico in 2010. Governor Richardson moved New Mexico forward in several important areas, including making New Mexico the "Clean Energy State" by requiring that utilities meet 20% of New Mexico's electrical demand from renewable sources and expanding access to quality health care by implementing several initiatives that provide affordable coverage solution options for every child under the age of 12 years old. In his former role as Congressman, Richardson served as a special envoy on many sensitive international missions, winning the release of hostages, American servicemen, and prisoners in North Korea, Iraq, Cuba and Sudan. Governor Richardson spoke at the Harvard School of Public Health on March 30, 2011.
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Day 2 - TOPIC #4: Current Evidence Base
The Role of Telehealth in an Evolving Health Care Environment Workshop TOPIC #4: Current Evidence Base Panel moderator: Kamal Jethwani, Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health; Harvard Medical School Current Research Base Elizabeth Krupinski, University of Arizona Using data to change policies or standards of care (tele-Stroke) Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hospital; Harvard Medical School Q&A with Audience
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American Indian Health Information Resources
According to the 2010 US Census, approximately 5.2 million people stated that they were American Indian or Alaskan Native. A recent study shows that American Indian use of the Internet to find health information is lower in comparison with the adult U.S. population. This three-hour program will introduce a variety of governmental and non-governmental Internet resources that have health information for American Indian populations. Students attending will be able to practice their skills in finding health information using web resources in this hands-on program.
PNR Rendezvous - Decolonizing Data - 02/21/18
Much research has been historically rooted in controlling American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) and other indigenous peoples to exploit land and natural resources, or even heredity and group identity. Yet, AIAN community ties, tribal sovereignty rights and claims, and cultural values are emerging as critical elements of resiliency key to reversing the very health and social issues that have plagued indigenous populations as a whole since the dawn of colonization. The practice of research and utilizing information collected by means of observation, hypothesis-testing, repetition of experiment and sound conclusions to inform decision-making, have been integral to indigenous survival and well being for centuries. In this webinar, Rose James, PhD, from the Urban Indian Health Institute in Seattle, WA, reviews some of the modern scientific values in comparison to AIAN ways of knowing and provide examples of indigenous research concepts as they align with decolonizing data. The session is eligible for 1 Medical Library Association (MLA) CE credit whether attending the live session or watching the recording up to 6 months after the live session. To obtain MLA CE credit, please fill out this evaluation: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3529624/feb2018rendezvous Class page: https://nnlm.gov/class/hope-our-grandmothers-decolonizing-data-through-stories-resilience/8148 The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Health Reform Must Include Indian Country
Senator Tom Udall urges the reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act as part of health insurance reform.
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President Obama Opens Tribal Nations Conference
The President addresses leaders from more than 500 federally recognized tribes and reaffirms his Administrations intent to forge a stronger, more equitable partnership with tribal nations. November 5, 2009. (Public Domain)
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Advancing Health Equity in Tribal Communities through Public Health Accreditation
Speakers: Karrie Joseph, MPH, CHES, Public Health Programs Manager, NIHB Carrie Sampson (Umatilla, WallaWalla, Cayuse), Assistant Administrator, Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center Date: August 24, 2017 Description: Tribal communities bear a disproportionate burden of social, economic, and/or environmental disadvantage relative to other racially or ethnically defined population groups. Therefore, ensuring that all American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) achieve the highest level of health possible will require broad-spectrum action that goes beyond addressing individual determinants and disease management to include action to address such disadvantages. The changing landscape of public health, with a multi-disciplinary approach focused on the social determinants of health, is a true opportunity to advance the well-being of AI/AN communities. The National Indian Health Board (NIHB), in partnership with the NPA, has taken a proactive and strategic approach to building the public health capacity of tribal health departments through information gathering and dissemination, capacity building, and awareness raising. This webinar will highlight the work that has been done at the national level as well as within a tribal community to advance health equity and improve health outcomes for AI/ANs. Presenters will: • Provide a background on the landscape of public health in Indian Country; • Discuss the findings of an environmental scan on the state of public health accreditation and health equity within tribal communities; and • Share one tribe’s approach to using public health accreditation activities to achieve health equity within its community.
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Medicine Dish: Invest in Nutrition -- Medical Nutrition Therapy and Reimbursement
Experts from the IHS Medical Nutrition Therapy Action Team, Phoenix Indian Medical Center, and Kayenta Service Unit will explain how: • Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) works • MNT saves money • MNT generates revenue from third party reimbursements • You can increase MNT services and reimbursements at your facility Presenters: Dr. Yvette Roubideaux, CAPT Kelly Acton, CAPT Tammy Brown, CAPT Edith Clark, CDR Susan Jones, LT Samantha Interpreter, Roslyn Bolzer, LT Kelli Wilson, LCDR Diane Phillips, CDR Leslye Rauth, Brenda Broussard, LT Shanna Moeder, Stefanie McLain, LT Revondolyn Scott, LT Dolores Addison, Kitty Marx, David Nolley We would like to hear from you. Please send all comments to TribalAffairs@cms.hhs.gov. Thank you.
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Day 2 - TOPIC #8: Stakeholder Perspectives
3:15-4:00 TOPIC #8: Stakeholder Perspectives Panel moderator: Nina M. Antoniotti, Marshfield Clinic National Rural Health Association, Alan Morgan American Telemedicine Association, Stewart Ferguson American Public Health Association, Georges Benjamin Q&A with Audience
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Native Report - Season 9 Episode 1
On this edition of Native Report we learn about the traditional harvesting of wild rice. We take a look at the health of Indian Country. And we interview the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn. We also learn something new about Indian Country and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report. Native Report is hosted by Stacey Thunder and Tadd Johnson. Learn more at http://www.nativereport.org/
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An Honoring for Chapa Muza Wena
"Staying rooted in these traditions are so important to our native cultures, and the give away is one of those. We can see Jerilyn's service & sacrifice has been her give away to this community in Detroit in many ways." -Joe Reilly "In our traditions, Lakota tradition, when we've been honored, we give away gifts in thanks to those honors." -Jerilyn Church, Chapa Muza Wena American Indian Health & Family Services http://www.fb.com/AIHFS Clinic: 313-846-6030 Admin: 313.846.3718 Fax: 313.846.0150 http://www.AIHFS.org http://www.twitter.com/AIHFS_Detroit Filmed & Edited by: Christopher Yepez AIHFS is a non-profit health center serving the Native American community of Southeastern Michigan. The mission of American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeastern Michigan (AIHFS) is to enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental well being of Native American families and other underserved populations in Southeast Michigan.
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Youth Empowerment Part 2: Suicide Prevention and Social Media
SAMHSA welcomed Faith Holyan, a 16-year-old member of the Navajo Nation. After losing a close friend to suicide, Faith started #codepurple, a social media-based suicide prevention campaign, to connect peers going through difficult times with friends and loved ones. As a former World Champion in the Indian National Finals Rodeo circuit, Faith uses her title and recognition to advocate for youth suicide prevention and mental health awareness. She also hosts local community events for her peers that serve as safe spaces for discussing mental health related issues. To learn more please visit https://www.samhsa.gov/tribal-ttac/resources/suicide-prevention
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Elder Abuse Prevention Resources in Indian Country: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
Are you looking for ways to prevent elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation and help its victims in your community? Watch this webinar webinar about the assistance available through the National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative (NIEJI). NIEJI is an online resource focused on preventing elder abuse in Indian Country. It serves American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian elders. We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://newmedia.hhs.gov/standards/comment_policy.html As well, please view the HHS Privacy Policy: http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
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Advanced Topics for Implementation Science Research: CBPR and Community Engaged Research
Drs. Nina Wallerstein and Bonnie Duran will present “CBPR and Community Engaged Research: Facilitating Implementation Science Outcomes”. The presentation will report on results of a national cross-site study to test a CBPR model and assess the relationship between participatory research practices and implementation science and other CBPR and health outcomes. They will showcase continuing NIH-funded research to measure and assess metrics of engagement and associations with outcomes with implications for dissemination and implementation.
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From Silos to Circles, Part 2
The “From Silos to Circles” webinar series focuses on building strong collaborations within American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Part 2 will feature the Pinon Community from the Navajo Nation. Participants will hear about how Pinon has created lasting partnerships to create sustainable, effective prevention programs and practices. As a traditional people who still speak their language, the community has developed successful community prevention programs based on their resilient culture and the beauty of their natural environment. Visit http://www.samhsa.gov/tribal-ttac for more information.
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Medicine Dish: Medicare Part D and Program Updates
Experts from IHS and CMS discuss Medicare Part D and recent Medicare program changes. Topics include: creditable coverage letters, plan changes for 2011, LIS; redeeming and reassignment, Medicare Plan Enrollment, Medicare program updates, and a demonstration of the new Medicare Plan Finder on www.medicare.gov. We would like to hear from you. Please send all comments to TribalAffairs@cms.hhs.gov. Thank you.
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April 3, 2018 Newscast | Cronkite News
The latest on President Trump's idea for a militarized border; Arizona teachers plan school walk-ins; experts predict a drier Southwest spring and more. Read more Cronkite news at: cronkitenews.azpbs.org Video by Cronkite News
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