The Washington Report is an e-newsletter produced by the National Indian Health Board. Each issue contains a listing of current events on Capitol Hill, information on passes and upcoming legislation, Indian health policy analysis and action items.
Public Health Digest
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) invites you to learn more about the latest developments in Tribal public health, including updates on NIHB's current projects. We also invite you to share your news items, comments or questions.
The Health Reporter is a quarterly newsletter published by the National Indian Health Board. Each issue of the E-newsletter contains up-to-date information on NIHB program and issues surrounding Indian health in this country.
Meth and Suicide Prevention E-Newsletter
The Methamphetamine Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) has created a quarterly e-newsletter with updated information on prevention best practices, promising practices, local effort resources, and other information to assist Indian Country in addressing these two critical public health problems.
Tribal Health Reform E-Newsletter
Your tribal health care reform resource.
NIHB Guide to Congress for 2009
The NIHB produced a document that provide information advocates of Indian health would need to help influence the future of Indian health care. The guide explains types of legislation, tips for calling or writing Congress and how to write an effective letter.
To download, click here
The NIHB has released the Healthy Indian Country Initiative (HICI) Promising Prevention Practices Resource Guide to highlight promising prevention programs within Indian Country. This guide begins the process of identifying, developing, and looking at Tribal community promising prevention practices with the intent to allow other communities to replicate these practices.
To download copy, please click here (PDF 4.45MB)
Restoring the Balance Public Health Brochure
NIHB and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created a brochure to give people a better understanding of public health from a Tribal perspective.
A copy is available for download by clicking here