The Association of American Indian Physicians, with expert consultants, offers this free one day training on how to access and utilize available data for local level public health action under a cooperative agreement with the CDC. The DIA training will focus on how to obtain data for grant opportunities and use data to conduct community needs assessments. Participants need to bring a laptop with internet capability and a health topic for developing a community assessment for hands on training with individual guidance. A few laptops and project ideas will be available, if needed. Seating is limited. Confirmation of acceptance will be provided via email.
Learning Objectives:
  • Gain tools and knowledge in the use of Tribal public health data
  • Conduct a Tribal Community Needs Assessment
  • Better understand Tribal Epidemiology Centers as Public Health Authorities