You will have four minutes to tell a story. Judges will select winners based on creativity and time. Registration to tell a story is limited to the first ten applicants.Event Details
This is an opportunity to connect and share our experiences with addressing COVID-19.
This is the third and final session of a webinar series called Becoming Ka Ma Ma: A Journey of Health System Transformation.
Gathering Grounds represents an Indigenous community of practice, an approach to learning where interdisciplinary members share their experiences and deepen their knowledge through interaction on an ongoing basis.
Though some research has explored the relationship between protective factors, such as cultural characteristics, (e.g., participation in cultural activities and American Indian identity) and negative health outcomes, gaps in our understanding of how American Indian culture may be used to promote health behaviors and reduce risk levels remain.
The goal of this webinar is to share an Indigenous model and tool for performance management.
This webinar will describe the Becoming Ka Ma Ma approach, based on the Gathering of Native Americans (GONA), for systems change or transformation.
Please join us for an all ages story slam with the the theme, "Our Places, Our Stories." This is an opportunity for you to tell a 5-minute story about the place you are from.
The 2018 Our Nations, Our Journeys Indigenous Public Health Forum was convened on August 29-30, 2018, in St. Paul, MN. The theme, “Transforming Our Health Systems” was about aligning Indigenous approaches to health and healing with our public health services and health care delivery.
The Support for Tribal Accreditation Readiness and Success (STARS) in Public Health Workshop aims to strengthen Tribal capacity for public health accreditation by providing a dynamic learning environment for learners at every level.