The following training courses are available online or in-person from CDC/ATSDR and partners.
CDC/ATSDR Training Opportunities
Check back for more information as trainings become available.
Partner Training Opportunities
Data Into Action—April 24, 2014, Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP), through a cooperative agreement with CDC, has partnered with Dr. Janis Campbell, an assistant professor of research at the University of Oklahoma and Amanda Janitz, a doctoral candidate at the University of Oklahoma, to provide a one-day training called Data Into Action. The training will focus on using data to conduct community needs assessments in American Indian communities and provide need-based data for grant opportunities. It will be held on April 24, 2014, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in conjunction with AAIP’s Cross Cultural Workshop, April 25–26, 2014, at the Hotel Santa Fe. More information, including the registration form and agenda, is available from AAIP.
The University of Washington School of Nursing has developed a series of online tribal training lectures focused on successful grant writing. Sessions include
- Writing the Successful Proposal
- Organizing for Proposal Development
- Writing Goals and Objectives and Linking to the Time Line
- Statement of Need and Literature Review
- Methods Proposal Development Training
- Preparing the Proposal Budget
New training sessions are being developed through a partnership with the Suquamish Tribe (WA) and will be posted once they are available.
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