Partnerships for Public Health Infectious Disease Response Work: A Panel Discussion on the legal documents and partnerships for response work

February 26, 2021 10:00 AM


This is the first session part of the Tribal Self-Governance and Coronavirus: A Mini Webinar Series for Tribal Health / Public Health Professionals and Tribal Leaders by Seven Directions in collaboration with Inter Tribal Council of Arizona. During this session we will hear from Gwendena Lee-Gatewood, Chairwoman of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and Adrian Dominguez, Director of Informatics and Epidemiology at the Urban Indian Health Institute about their experiences in developing partnerships for Public Health Infectious Disease Response Work.

Meeting Objectives

  • Describe the steps to establish MOAs + other legal documents necessary for work with universities, county, and state departments
  • Discuss Public Health Authority (Tribal Nations / TECs)
  • Share experiences and tips in conducting infectious disease response work by/with tribal nations

Registration is open to anyone interested.  Sessions will be recorded and available on ITCAs website + Seven Directions Website.

Please note times are listed in Pacific.