The Alaska Native Epidemiology Center encourages pathways in public health for Alaska Native and American Indian people. We promote and/or offer educational opportunities ranging from internships to scholarships to various degree programs.
The workshop focuses on didactic sessions, health literacy scope, assessment, and methods to improve communication with hands-on examples.
This is a two-day workshop featuring beginner and intermediate/advanced training sessions for the American FactFinder.
The conference provides opportunities to learn about new and emerging issues in maternal and child health in Alaska. Presenters include national and Alaskan leaders and experts. Click for details.
Through the ICCH, the International Union for Circumpolar Health (IUCH) exchanges of health-related knowledge of recent research results between scientists, health care professionals, policy analysts, community leaders - and more.
The conference will include information on population estimates and projections, estimate errors, migration, and more. View the presentations from the conference here.
2010 Alaska MCH & Immunization Conference
2010 Infant Safe Sleep Summit
2008 Alaska MCH & Immunization Conference
2008 Alaska Native Population Conference
Supercourse: Epidemiology, the Internet, and Global Health
Social Determinants of Health - A Self-Paced Course
We are pleased to announce that we will be awarding scholarships for the University of Alaska Anchorage Master’s of Public Health (MPH) Program offered during the 2013 summer semester. The scholarship will include the tuition, fees, and course materials for one course offered through the distance-learning MPH Program. For a list of available courses and information go to UAA’s MPH Program. This is a competitive scholarship open only to Alaska Native/American Indian residents of Alaska. The deadline to submit the EpiCenter application is April 20, 2013.
To find more information about what scholarships and grants are available through the Indian Health Service focused on American Indian Health.
The CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology Fellowship is a 10 to 12 month training program fo medical students who have completed their second or third year of medical school. The fellowship is located at CDC Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia and begins each August.
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s Division of Community Health Services is hosting an advanced evaluation workshop in Anchorage, AK. We hope to work with our staff and partners to enhance the understanding and skills in the area of collaborative evaluation.
We offered a training workshop focused on "Program Evaluation" specific to health professionals, health program directors, and managers. Dr. Mark Dignan, Ph.D., MPH, professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Director of the Prevention Research Center at the University of Kentucky, delivered the training. The training was open to those within the Alaska Native Tribal Health System.
We offered a training seminar on "Social Marketing" specific to health professionals. The training was delivered by social marketing trainer, Ms. Nancy Lee, MBA. Click for the agenda.