Violence Against Indian Women National Baseline Study
The Tribal Study of Public Safety and Public Health Issues Facing American Indian and Alaska Native Women — also referred to as the National Baseline Study (NBS) — is a study of public safety and public health of American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) women living in Indian Country and AN villages. The information collected from this study will produce a deeper understanding of the victimization of AI and AN women and of their access to and the capacity of formal and community responses and services.
This study provides a rich and comprehensive picture of AI and AN women’s experiences with violence and victimization, health and wellness, community crime, service needs, and help-seeking behaviors and outcomes, as well as their opinions about public safety.
This study was designed to:
Document public safety and public health issues faced by AI and AN women living in Indian Country and AN villages.
Evaluate federal, state, local and tribal governments’ responses to violence against AI and AN women.
Inform public policies and prevention strategies to decrease victimization rates among AI and AN women.
States Selected for SAMHSA-MacArthur Initiative To Divert Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth With Behavioral Health Needs
New York, Nevada, West Virginia, and Wisconsin have been selected to participate in Improving Diversion Polices and Programs for Justice-Involved Youth With Behavioral Health Disorders: An Integrated Policy Academy-Action Network Initiative.
Registration is now open for the 6th National Collegiate Recovery Conference hosted by Nevada's Recovery & Prevention Program (NRAP) at the University of Nevada, Reno!
The purpose of this conference is to facilitate knowledge about collegiate recovery, to connect Collegiate Recovery Programs across the nation, and to advance the recovery movement.
Conference Webpage: www.nvrap.com/arhe
Phone: (775) 682-8545
University of Nevada, Reno (www.unr.edu)
Joe Crowley Student Union
1664 N. Virginia St.
Reno, NV 89557
Student - $50
Professional, ARHE Member - $100
Professional - $150
Local One Day Registration - $50
Saying It Out Loud Conference
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center
7:30am - 8:30am (check-in)
8:30am - 4:00pm (conference)
14th Annual SIOL Conference
Outreach Clinic for Older Adults
The medical students are offering the older adult clinic on May 30th. Patients will first see a medical student, and then a physician. This is a great opportunity for patients to assist in the training of our future physicians. Please share the information with anyone who is uninsured or underinsured (meaning they are not able to pay their co-pays).
Please contact Diann Jones to schedule an appointment, or patients are welcome to show up on the day of the clinic and be seen as space permits. email@example.com 775.682.8470
Training—Arizona 2015 Public Health Law and Science: What Tribes Need To Know.
The University of Pittsburgh, Public Health Training Center is hosting a free workshop designed to improve tribal legal preparedness relating to infectious diseases and emergency preparedness. The workshop will be held June 4–5, 2015, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (MDT) at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. This workshop is open to tribes in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. The workshop is fully funded, including reimbursement for reasonable travel costs, meals, and lodging. Registration is limited to two people per tribe. The workshop is possible through a grant to the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health from CDC’s Public Health Law Program through a sub-award from the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials.
Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) National Training Program
June 15–18, 2015 | Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, Welch, MN
This multi-day program offers professional development, leadership, and topics that are integral to the highly complex relationship known as the Federal Indian Trust Responsibility. It includes special training sessions for veterans and youth, a federal Indian law course, and cultural events presented by local native people.
2015 Nevada Public Health Association’s Annual Conference
Looking Upstream: Social Determinants of Health and the Relationship Between Public Health and Health Care in Nevada
September 24-25, 2015
Joe Crowley Student Union, University of Nevada Reno
Call for Abstracts Now Open!
The Nevada Public Health Association is now accepting abstracts for concurrent (breakout) presentations as well as our popular annual poster session. Abstracts are due no later than May 15, 2015. Notifications of acceptance will be made by May 29, 2015. Abstracts must be submitted online.
Content areas should address the conference theme, particularly research and programs displaying application to public health practice.
You do not need to be a member of NPHA to submit an abstract. However, if your abstract is accepted for presentation or poster session you and all presenting authors MUST 1) become NPHA members; 2) register for and attend the conference; and 3) pay the conference registration fee.
VictimLaw is a searchable database of victims' rights legal provisions including federal, state, and territorial statutes, Tribal laws, state constitutional amendments, court rules, administrative code provisions, and summaries of related court decisions and attorney general opinions.
It's official! RAM (Remote Area Medical) will be touring Nevada in October 2015.
Please SAVE THE DATES - and share this information.
Las Vegas - October 1st thru 4th
Yerington - October 8th thru 10th
Carson City - October 15th thru 18th
They are looking for clinic site locations: facility needs to be at least 15,000-20,000 Sq. feet. Additional considerations include: electrical and water supply, indoor/covered space available, utility requirements, and handicap accessibility (for patients as well as volunteers)
The clinics will be listed on the www.ramusa.org web-site next year.
Yerington and Carson City local RAM information 775-350-4597 or 775-246-7550
Freida A Carbery
Cell:775-220-2749 office: 775-246-7550 fax : 775-246-7553
PO Box 517 Dayton NV 89403
AHRQ Research Conference Returns in 2015
AHRQ’s research conference, held annually from 2007 to 2012, will make a return engagement in 2015. The conference is scheduled for October 4–6 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Crystal City, Virginia. AcademyHealth will join AHRQ in hosting the conference, which will again bring together experts in health care research and policy to participate in sessions focused on addressing today’s challenges in improving quality, safety, access and value in health care. In addition, AHRQ and AcademyHealth will team with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to hold sessions October 6 as part of the AHRQ conference as well as PCORI’s first annual meeting October 6–8, which also will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott. These sessions will address key issues in dissemination and implementation of patient-centered outcomes research. Mark your calendars; information about submitting abstracts, registration, the conference agenda and more will be coming soon.
National Center for Juvenile Justice Updates Court Data Archive Web Site
The National Center for Juvenile Justice has updated its National Juvenile Court Data Archive Web
site. The Archive collects juvenile court data from across the country to inform juvenile justice
research and policymaking decisions. This OJJDP-funded Web site features an updated user guide
section for reviewing data from contributing jurisdictions and also provides links to NCJJ's recently
published Juvenile Court Statistics 2011 report, the Statistical Briefing Book, the Easy Access to
Juvenile Court Statistics data analysis tool, and other fact sheets and publications.
"Have you had an issue with a medicine, medical device, or food product and
did not know who to notify? The Food and Drug Administration has a
consumer-friendly form for reporting adverse events and other serious safety
problems with FDA regulated products. The program that processes this
information, and uses it to protect your health, is called MedWatch.
And it needs your help."
Form at www.fda.gov.
OJJDP has launched the OJJDP Online University, a central source
for the juvenile justice community to easily connect with training and technical
Nevada Health Statistics Portal
|Nevada Health Statistics Portal launched by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. This is a web-based health statistics query system. Anyone looking for statistics on public health issues in Nevada, including birth, death and other demographic statistics. It is a great new resource, take a moment and check it out.
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