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An Introduction to What Non-Tribal Providers Need to Know: 9/30/20
This webinar provides an introduction to what non-tribal health care providers need to know in order to treat American Indian and Alaska Native patients effectively. Explore tribal sovereignty and intergovernmental relations, health disparities and related history, Indian health care delivery, and the interaction with non-Indian health care – then consider how non-tribal health care providers can improve coordination with Indian health care.

Indigenous Health Indicators: 7/15/20 — Learn from Dr. Jamie Donatuto, researcher and practitioner working with the Swinomish tribe, and  Larry Campbell, Swinomish Elder staff member.

Dr. Jamie Donatuto has worked for Swinomish for 20 years, and much of that time has been in collaboration with Larry, developing and implementing community-based indigenous health indicators. Jamie is a researcher and practitioner, with a current focus on evaluating tribal health-related impacts from climate change, developing community-driven adaptive management projects, and managing a Coast Salish foods and resources community education program. Swinomish Elder and staff member, Larry Campbell has worked for his Tribe for almost 40 years. He has an extensive background in cultural resources, tribal policy, government-to-government relations, and community health. He co-manages the Swinomish Community Environmental Health Program with Dr. Jamie Donatuto.

Trauma Informed Care and Psychology through an Indigenous Lens: 6/17/20

Trauma Informed Care and Psychology through an Indigenous Lens: 6/17/20 — Featuring Annette Squetimkin-Anquoe (Colville), Chief Traditional Health Officer for the Seattle Indian Health Board, and Shawna Gallagher (Klamath), PsyD, a key member of SIHB’s (Division Leadership) multi-disciplinary team.

Trauma Informed Care and Psychology through an Indigenous Lens: 6/17/20

Tribal Health Policy: 5/13/20 — Esther Lucero is Dinè and Latina and a third generation urban Indian from Colorado Springs. A leader in national public health policy for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives, Esther became CEO of the Seattle Indian Health Board in 2015 and completed a reorganization of the company that is grounded in indigenous knowledge.

Esther’s passion and advocacy for Native health and transformative approaches to indigenous research and evaluation, Federal Indian Law and policy, reproductive justice for Indigenous women, and LGBTQ Two-Spirit health has made her a leader in health both in the Seattle area and nationally.

Tribal Health Policy: 5/13/20