Tribal health equity data symposium
The tribal health equity data symposium, hosted by the National Indian Health Board, will explore the ways in which how we use data to advance health equity for American Indians and Alaska Natives can be reimagined. We will hear diverse perspectives and participate in robust discussions about what it can look like to have a tribally-driven, culturally-grounded approach to data collection, analysis, governance, and communications. Sessions will include a focus on both theory-based insights and practical applications.
The symposium is open to anyone interested in these topics but is especially recommended for tribal public health professionals, CMS Tribal Technical Advisory Group (TTAG) members from the Health Equity and/or Data Subcommittees, tribal leaders, epidemiologists, and staff from tribal epidemiology centers, professionals from federal and state agencies interested in these topics, academics, tribal policy experts and advocates, and other practitioners who are passionate about the issues specific to tribal health equity data. For more information on the symposium and NIHB’s health equity work, please see nihb.org/health-equity.
This is a no-cost session and registration is limited.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Rochelle Ruffer.