School of Public Health

Healthy Native Youth: A One-Stop-Shop for Culturally Relevant Health Curricula

This is a collaborative project from the Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC) and the Northwest Portland Indian Health Board (NPAIHB)

Air Date: Thursday, November 16
Time: 10am-11am PST
Speaker Panel: Tommy Ghost Dog, Jr., Project Assistant, NPAIHB • Stephanie Craig Rushing, PhD, MPH, Project Director, NW Tribal Epidemiology Center, NPAIHB • Jennifer Torres Jones, Research Coordinator II, Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research, University of Texas • Nicole Tuitt, MPH, DrPH Candidate, Sr. Professional Research Assistant, Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, University of Colorado • Amanda Gaston, MEd, NPAIHB • David Stephens, RN, NPAIHB
Moderator: Elton Naswood, Senior Program Analyst, American Indian / Alaska Native Communities, OMHRC

View the webinar here (brief signup required).

This webinar explores trends in health information-seeking by American Indian/Alaska Native teens and young adults, and will introduce viewers to the Healthy Native Youth website, a one-stop-shop for health advocates who want to expand learning opportunities for Native youth. Presenters will share tips on website usability, highlight health curricula available on the site, and encourage viewers to engage youth in their own health and well-being