Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program
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The Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program is a 6-month leadership training program designed for emerging public health leaders working within a tribal department of health or in Indian Health Service/tribal/urban (I/T/U) healthcare facilities serving American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities.
Participants will meet for monthly virtual sessions between February and July 2023 for collaborative learning and relationship building and complete 2-3 hours of self-guided training between sessions. Training will be in core public health competencies with a focus on key issues impacting tribal communities, such as mental health and resilience, emergency preparedness, and increased communication and collaboration amongst stakeholders.
Eligible applicants include staff/personnel and early career professionals working with tribal departments of health (DOH) or in Indian Health Service/tribal/urban (I/T/U) healthcare facilities serving American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities.
Up to 50 participants will be selected.
A link to the online application is available on the program website.
- National Network of Public Health Institutes, view details
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