The Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Indigenous Evaluation Toolkit is a resource provided to tribes for evaluation support and serves as an overview to indigenous evaluation concepts. The Toolkit includes a variety of tools for learning more about and pursuing indigenous evaluation. Download the or check out the webpage here.
GPTEC is requesting that our partners and stakeholders fill out a survey to provide us with feedback and input regarding that services that we provide. Your feedback assists us in ensuring that we are responding to your needs in the best way possible. In order for us to pursue quality improvement for the next fiscal … Read More about GPTEC Wants Your Feedback!
The event agenda will include: Reports from the field by Great Plains Area chronic disease tribal programs; Local and regional planning for collaboration and linkage; Opportunities for networking; Valuable training for program staff (to be announced). Interested in sharing information about your program? Two opportunities are available: (9) 20-minute slots are available for program-specific or … Read More about Join GPTEC for the 2018 Chronic Disease Data Roundtable on June 19-20, 2018 in South Sioux City, NE
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board and the Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center is pleased to announce 2 new funding opportunities in partnership with the Indian Health Service (with funding from the National Institutes of Health) and the Centers for Disease Control. Funding opportunity #1: The Tribal Public Health Priorities CDC Project Sub-Award will … Read More about GPTEC announces funding opportunities!
If so, a variety of training opportunities are or will soon be available from the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center. Check out the flyer below or contact us for more information.
Join GPTEC for an exciting new webinar series this September! GPTEC will be hosting a series of webinars in association with the Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) and the Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) every Wednesday in September (9/6, 9/20, and TBD). The webinar series will include discussion, technical assistance, and opportunities to ask … Read More about Join us for the MSPI/DVPI Data Collection Webinar Series
This conference will address critical disease prevention and control strategies to promote, protect, and improve the health of communities, while integrating local culture into comprehensive patient care. Attendees will have an opportunity to network with peers and share best practices and challenges. Tools and resources will be provide to enhance collaborative efforts and leverage community … Read More about Register Today for the 2017 Public Health Training Conference
The GPTEC team is hitting the road for our statewide site visits next week with our partners from South Dakota and North Dakota. Site visit will include tribal health leadership and program staff, members of the GPTEC team, leadership and staff from each state health department, and partners from the Great Plains Area IHS and … Read More about GPTEC’s statewide site visits start next week with South Dakota and North Dakota!
Despite a late spring snowstorm, the GPTEC Diabetes Data Roundtable is beginning today in Deadwood, SD. Today: Tribal community and clinical program staff will share best practices, challenges, and other details; GPTEC, GPTCHB, and regional partners will facilitate training related to data quality, community-clinical linkage & team-based care, the Diabetes Prevention Program, opportunities within billable … Read More about Diabetes Data Roundtable Starts Today!
Opal and PJ are back in North Dakota for another round of STITPPI assessment, including completion of Community Readiness assessment interviews and two talking circles, one with young adults (aged 18-24) and one with adults and elders (aged 25+). Enjoying very nice weather up here!