National Indian Health Board Infectious Disease Learning Community Facilitation
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National Indian Health Board (NIHB) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are providing funding and technical assistance to develop a learning community to build tribal public health capacity to prevent and control infectious disease outbreaks.
Program objectives include:
- Create and facilitate peer learning community networks for identified health professions in order to provide ongoing discussions and skills building
- Support the prevention and control of current and future infectious disease outbreaks
- Contribute to building tribal public health capacity to improve the prevention and control of the present COVID-19 outbreak and future outbreaks
Selected participants will host 5 webinars, meetings, discussions, and/or trainings to engage frontline personnel to discuss topics relevant to preventing and controlling emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases and develop a listserv to facilitate communication among community members.
Eligible applicants are official tribal entities, defined as:
- Federally recognized tribal governments
- Tribal organizations
- Inter-tribal consortia
- Tribal healthcare facilities and health systems
NIHB will provide technical assistance and $15,000 in financial assistance to support the peer learning community.
Complete the application and submit by email to Audrianna Marzette.
- National Indian Health Board, view details
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, view details
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