Events

Grand Rounds on Gender-Affirming Care

Virtual Event

Join> ECHO faculty members Dr. Hannah Wenger, MD and Dr. Frances Grimstad, MD for an introduction to affirming care for gender-diverse (trans, genderqueer, Two Spirit, and other not cisgender) patients, including why it’s important, how to provide it in a primary care setting, and overcoming common barriers to care. Date/time: Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 2:00 […]

Tribal Consultation on Native American Voting Right Steering Group

Virtual Event

On March 7, 2021, the President issued an Executive Order on Promoting Access to Voting. The EO established an Interagency Steering Group on Native American Voting Rights (Steering Group). The charge of the Steering Group includes studying best practices for protecting voting rights of Native Americans and producing a report within 1 year of the […]

Technical Assistance Webinar on Center for Indigenous Innovation and Health Equity Grant

Virtual Event

The Office of Minority Health (OMH) announced a funding opportunity for projects that create innovative models to improve minority heath and reduce health disparities. These models will be used to establish a Center for Indigenous Innovation and Health Equity (CIIHE). Awardees will be funded through two cooperative agreements that will function as a single initiative, […]

Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light – Speaker/Discussion Series

The Truro Historical Society is hosting a series of talks to accompany their upcoming “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” exhibition. June 9: Jennifer Weston: “Reviving the Wampanoag Language” June 16: Andrew Lipman: “The Death and Life of Squanto” July 7: Drew Lopenzina: “400 Years of Settlement Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass” July 14: Voices of Indigenous Poets: Lucy […]

Wastewater Treatment Operator Certification Course – ABC Class I

123 Easy Street, Nashville

The USET Wastewater Treatment Operator Certification Level I course will cover the most important and commonly performed job tasks and capabilities for Wastewater Treatment Operators. The course will closely follow the “Need to Know” criteria to pass the ABC Class I certification exam. The course will begin on  June 9, 2021 and continue weekly until […]

Laboratory Analysts Certification Course – ABC Class I

123 Easy Street, Nashville

The USET Water Laboratory Analyst Certification Level I course will cover the most important and commonly performed job tasks and capabilities for water laboratory analysts. The course will closely follow the “Need to Know” criteria to pass the ABC Class I certification exam. The course will begin on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 and continue weekly […]

OMB Hosting Historic, First-Ever Tribal Consultation on President’s FY 2022 Budget Request

123 Easy Street, Nashville

OMB to Host Historic, First-Ever Tribal Consultation on President’s FY 2022 Budget Request The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has announced that it will host a Tribal consultation on the President’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Budget. This is a historic announcement since OMB has never consulted with Tribal Nations on a Presidential Budget Request. […]

2021 Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund Informational Webinar

Virtual Event

2021 Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund $10.1-million in grant funding from the Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund (TTPSF) is now available. Tribal governments may apply for funding to conduct transportation safety planning, improve crash data, deploy systemic roadway departure countermeasures and implement other infrastructure projects that reduce the risk of fatal and serious injury motor-vehicle crashes. […]

Viruses, bacteria, and fungi and how they can cause illnesses

Virtual Event

Please join the National Indian Health Board (NIHB), for an Infectious Disease Preparedness Learning Community (IDLC) webinar on how viruses, bacteria, and fungi can cause illnesses and spread diseases. Webinar attendees will gain knowledge on the following: Basic differences between bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites At least three host or microbial factors that can make it easier for […]

Webinar Series: Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities

Virtual Event

The National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC, in collaboration with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center, is holding virtual trainings for prevention specialists to support Native communities. These monthly trainings will cover topics such as crisis response, creating safe spaces to heal, sexual assault awareness, youth […]