February 11, 2021 –
COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on Native communities throughout the US. Join experts for a conversation about combating this devastating pandemic in Indian Country.
Featuring Rear Admiral Michael Toedt, MD, chief medical officer, Indian Health Service; Dr. Loretta Christensen (Diné [Navajo]), chief medical officer, Navajo Area Office Indian Health Service; and Phyllis Davis, Tribal Council member, Gun Lake Band Pottawatomi and chair of the Great Lakes Area Tribal Health Board.
This online program will be moderated by Dr. Charles Grim (Cherokee), Chickasaw Nation secretary of health.
Presented by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in partnership with the Indian Health Service.