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- The National Network of Public Health Institutes launched the Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program with CSTLTS Funding11/14/2022 10:18:00 AMThe program is a leadership training institute for emerging American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) public health leaders who serve AI/AN communities. The first cohort received training over six months in core public health competencies with a focus on key issues affecting Tribal communities. A second cohort will begin in early 2023. Click on the link to watch a short video and hear from program participants:
- Attention Public Health Professionals: Learn New Skills in Public Health Through CDC's Many Training and Professional Development Resources11/11/2022 9:07:00 AMTraining and professional development strengthen the public health workforce by helping professionals learn new skills and advance their careers. CDC offers many training and professional development opportunities for current and future public health workers.
- November is National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month 11/9/2022 12:44:00 PMThis year's theme, "Sovereignty Is Sacred: Sharing Our Rights and Cultures," presents an opportunity to educate others about the proud history of indigenous people in America and to celebrate the rich and diverse tribal cultures that continue to thrive throughout Indian Country.
- Now Available: MicrobeTrace- a data integration and visualization tool from CDC's Division of HIV Prevention 11/8/2022 8:12:00 AMMicrobeTrace is a free, intuitive, versatile, browser-based tool developed by bioinformatics specialists in CDC's Division of HIV Prevention for data integration, visualization and analysis of epidemiological and molecular data for characterizing pathogen transmission dynamics. The tool needs no programming skills or special licenses and is used to visualize contact tracing and/or sequence data at CDC, state health departments, and academic research groups with over 9,000 global users, including nearly 6,400 in the US.
- Training Emerging American Indian and Alaska Native Public Health Leaders11/7/2022 9:10:00 AMWith CSTLTS funding, the National Network of Public Health Institutes launched the Indigenous Public Health Leadership Program. The program is a leadership training institute for emerging American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) public health leaders who serve AI/AN communities. The first cohort received training over six months in core public health competencies with a focus on key issues affecting Tribal communities. A second cohort will begin in early 2023.
The 10 Essential Public Health Services (EPHS) describe the public health activities that all communities should undertake. On September 9, 2020, a revised EPHS framework and graphic was released. The revised EPHS is intended to bring the framework in line with current and future public health practice.