Lean for Healthcare: Utilizing Performance Data for Continuous Improvement

Course Objective The purpose of the Circle Of Life program is to educate American Indian and Alaska Native people about healthy lifestyles and disease prevention, early detection, and screening for cancer; cancer treatment methods; support systems; and end-of-life care.

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

Course Description QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.  Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide […]

Tribal Behavioral Health 103: The Opioid Epidemic and American Indian/Alaska Native Communities

Our new Learning Management System (LMS) is LIVE!  You can access our new LMS at https://pace.tulane.edu/. For instructions regarding creating a new account, please click here. This course will provide Tribes and Tribal Serving Organizations and public health professionals with information about a very important problem that our country is facing—the opioid epidemic—and, more specifically, how the opioid […]

4 Day EMI E0580 – Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments

Grand Casino Hotel Resort 777 Grand Casino Blvd, Shawnee, OK 74804, Shawnee, OK, United States

The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) 4-day course provides a basic understanding of emergency management principles and their role in leading and directing their tribes in developing and implementing comprehensive emergency management systems. Specific topics include identification and analysis of hazards, developing an emergency operations plan and other planning, assuring readiness through training and exercises, forming […]

White Bison Mending Broken Hearts Training for Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma

Participants must be able present a negative COVID-19 test a week prior to attend this training. Results can be emailed to info@whitebision.org or shown to the trainer on the first day of the training. Masks, hand sanitizer, social distancing and daily temp checks are also required to insure the safety of the participants and the […]

Naloxone Administration Training

Learn how to respond to an overdose emergency with the Naloxone Administration training. This is a free online resource to train participants to respond effectively to an opioid overdose emergency. Participants will receive Naloxone kits in the mail. Learning Objectives Be able to recognize signs of an opioid related overdose Gain knowledge of what Naloxone […]

Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO Talking Circle

The Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO’s Talking Circle will be held virtually on the fourth Wednesday of every month from 2:00 to 3:00 PM CST. The talking circle is a space for attendees to share challenges and celebrate successes with other peers. The goal of the talking circle is to provide community, support, and […]

Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO Program

The Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO program is held the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 2:00 to 3:30 PM CST. The program provides comprehensive information for peer recovery specialists to effectively share best practices, troubleshoot complex questions, and continue to ensure that our people are receiving the care they need, when they need […]

PMP and Prescribing Practices with Jessica McGuire

This presentation will go over the registration and usage of the PMP. It will help users identify patients that may have a substance use disorder and what resources are available to them to address that. It will also help prescribers evaluate their own prescribing practices and provide guidance on how to protect their own prescribing. […]

Weaving the Threads of Culture: Working Effectively with American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN)

Course Description: This course is a series of lessons aimed at providing you with the information needed to improve your ability to communicate more effectively with the American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) community in which you work as a health provider, health planner, counselor or however you interact with the Native communities. We will provide a […]