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Tribal Accreditation Learning Community (TALC) Webinar Series
TALC is a free, monthly webinar series held the second Friday of every month. It is designed for sharing and learning about public health accreditation in Tribal communities.
March 10, 2017
Tips for Developing Public Health Workforce Development Plans
Focusing on workforce development is essential to assuring that your public health workforce meets the needs of your Tribal communities and is culturally responsive. The non-profit Public Health Foundation has been providing training and consultation in workforce development to communities, including Tribal communities, for over 5 years and is considered a leader in the field. Ron Bialek, President of the Public Health Foundation will provide practical advice and tips for developing a public health workforce development plan that meets public health accreditation standards and how to align the plan with your organizational mission and values.
Tribal Presentation: Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) is a small Tribe serving approximately 2200 individuals in their health system. Having been involved in quality improvement and public health accreditation activities since 2009, KBIC continues to make steady progress and is currently working on a workforce development plan. Kathy Mayo will share that by taking manageable steps and utilizing partnerships, even small Tribes can generate measurable success toward public health accreditation.
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Past TALC Webinar Series Presentations
For Tribal Presentations, please see Stories from the Field
Keeping Stakeholders Engaged - (PDF)
Developing Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) - (PDF)
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Presentation (PDF)
Tour de Resources (PDF)
A virtual tour of the various free online resources that are available for Tribal public health accreditation activities.
Tribal Accreditation Learning Community (PDF)
Aligning Community Health Improvement Plans for Increased Population Health
Capturing Health Disparities from Surveillance Data
Impressions of the PHAB Site Visit Process (PDF)
Identity and Branding for Public Health (PDF)
Strategic Planning for Health Equity (PDF)
A Participatory Approach for Meaningful Community Engagement (PDF)
Alternative Methods for Conducting a Tribal Community Health Assessment (PDF)
An Update on the National Public Health Accreditation Process and General Documentation Tips Presented by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PDF)
Community Health Assessments Presented by the United and South Eastern Tribes Inc. (PDF)
Strategic Planning Presented by the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (PDF)
Carolyn Angus-Hornbuckle, JD
Director of Public Health Policy and Programs
National Indian Health Board
910 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20003
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