Join the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Indian Health Service virtually from July 26-28, 2022 as we Reconnect to Promote Health Equity and Advance Practice and Science at the 2nd National Conference on American Indian and Alaska Native Injury and Violence Prevention. Registration is free and open to the public.
Professionals working on injury and violence prevention efforts in tribal and urban Indian communities are invited to present on a range of topics, including but not limited to: health equity, suicide prevention, Indigenous evaluation methods, Missing and Murdered Indigenous People, substance use and drug overdose, transportation safety, drowning, and older adult falls. Check back here for the conference agenda and speaker information as the meeting develops.
The Indian Health Service (IHS) Injury Prevention Program is dedicated to raising the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives by decreasing the incidence of severe injury and death and is the lead program within IHS to address injury disparities in Native communities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (Injury Center) has helped protect Americans from injury and violence for more than 20 years. Native communities work with the support of CDC’s Injury Center to prevent injuries. IHS and CDC are partnering to host this convening.
The first National Conference in Denver, CO in July 2019 included over 250 attendees. Scientists, public health practitioners, students, and federal, state, and academic partners gathered to support injury and violence prevention efforts in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. We look forward to reconnecting in 2022 and learning from one another!
● Family: Common Legal Issues for Senior Citizens
● Family: The Benefits Connection Center (BCC)
● Professional: Social Isolation & Its Effects
● Professional: Healthy Brain Initiative: Road Map For Indian Country
● Family: Medicare Health Coverage Options
● Family: Effective Communication Strategies
● Professional: Grief and Loss for Caregivers;
● Professional: The Healthy Brain Initiative: Advancing Alzheimer's Through Public Health
● Family: How to Increase Medication Adherence
● Family: Adult Day Program/Care - How this service can benefit you and your loved one
● Professional: Understanding and Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors:
● Professional: Aducanumab (and its followers): therapeutic innovations with major caveats
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