Tribal Public Health Data

At a glance

This page provides information about CDC tribal health data, issues, tools, technical assistance, and training, as well as tribal data-related resources from public health partners. CDC will engage further with tribes and tribal organizations to improve these resources and provide the data most needed to protect and improve the health of American Indians and Alaska Natives.

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Technical Assistance and Tools


  • CDC Fellowships and Training Opportunities - Provides information on CDC's fellowship, internship, training, and volunteer opportunities for students and professionals; see also CDC's Informatics and Data Science Workforce Development Programs
  • CDC Learning Connection - Includes trainings from CDC, other federal agencies, and federally-funded partners; course search terms such as "data," "surveillance," and "epidemiology" are helpful in identifying data-related trainings for public health and healthcare professionals
  • Disaster Epidemiology and Response: Training and Technical Assistance - CDC's National Center for Environmental Health provides disaster epidemiology training and technical assistance to requesting state, tribal, local, and territorial health departments; other federal and international agencies; academia; and partner organizations. Subject matter experts are available for consultation and technical assistance throughout the disaster cycle (preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation) to help minimize the effects of disasters on communities.

Tribal Engagement on Public Health Data