On Friday, March 28, AAIP President Dr. Begay participated in a roundtable session at the 18th Annual National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) meeting.
This years Cross Cultural Medicine Workshop has an added bonus and will be held with a one-day Data Into Action workshop that will focus on using data to conduct community needs assessments and more. The Data Into Action training is a free workshop that will be held at the Hotel Santa Fe in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Deadline to sign-up for both workshops is Friday, April 11th, 2014.
For 25 years, the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) has successfully empowered students to realize their dreams to become health professionals. Each year, the free six-week summer academic enrichment program has created a pathway for more than 21,000 participants, opening the doors to life-changing opportunities.
The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) is pleased to be featured as the March “COCA Partner Spotlight.” Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) is designed to provide two-way communication between clinicians and the CDC about emerging health threats, such as pandemics, natural disasters, and terrorism. COCA partners with 176 professional organizations allowing for extended outreach to large populations of clinicians.
Come and support the Coalition’s efforts in raising awareness and advocating for diabetes prevention in Oklahoma. Deadline to register: Monday, April 21, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.
American Diabetes Association Alert Day® is a one-day “wake-up call” asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is actively recruiting a Director for the National Center Injury Prevention and Control (the CDC Injury Center). CDC welcomes your consideration for the position or help in identifying qualified candidates.
Dr. Doris Cook has thirty-five years experience with American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Her focus over the last three decades has been on indigenous policy development, program and organizational management, program evaluation, public health planning and research ethics.
The Association of American Indian Physicians through our cooperative agreement with the CDC, OSTLTS will sponsor a 3 day think-tank in Tuscon, AZ that will focus on developing a curriculum for a Native Public Health Course(s) for Schools of Medicine
The Association of American Indian Physicians conducts a national health conference to serve as a forum for healthcare professionals, policy makers and tribal/community members concerned with American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) health issues. AAIP is seeking presentations that address treatment and prevention of health disparities common in AI/AN communities (i.e., obesity, diabetes, cancer); new and expanded programs for mental and behavioral health treatment and prevention;
The Association of American Indian Physicians is seeking posters that address childhood obesity, strokes, mental health, cerebral vascular disease, kidney disease/renal failure, musculoskeletal disease, osteoarthritis, autoimmune disease/lupus, rheumatology, trauma-suicide, homicide, domestic violence, automobile accidents, poisoning, depression, fetal alcohol syndrome, HIV, Prostate cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, substance abuse and self-inflicted trauma.
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