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Community Planning & Disaster Recovery

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Date and Time

June 10, 2015

Location

Ocean Shores, WA

Sponsor

NW TTAP

Event Details

This training will be presented during the 2015 Tribal Public Health Emergency Preparedness Conference.   

See conference information below.

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The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board invites you to join tribal, state, regional, local, and national partners at the 2015 Tribal Public Health Emergency Preparedness conference, June 9-10, at Quinault Indian Nation in Ocean Shores, WA.

This year's conference theme is "The Power of Positive Partnerships." Our theme this year is "The Power of Positive Partnerships," and the agenda will focus on ways to improve and enhance inter-agency and cross-jurisdictional collaboration in tribal public health preparedness in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Please join us! Our Save-The-Date flyer and preliminary agenda are attached. Online registration and hotel block information will be available in late February. Representatives of the 43 federally-recognized Northwest tribes are eligible for travel reimbursement of up to $500 per tribe.

Call for Speakers: Due March 31. Share updates, resources, successes, and lessons learned in public health preparedness! For more information and to submit your session or poster abstract online, visit h<https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TPHEPspeaker>ttps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TPHEPspeaker<https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TPHEPspeaker>.

Updated information and a registration link will be sent via email and posted at http://www.npaihb.org/calendar/event/3128 as soon as they become available.

2015 Tribal Public Health Emergency Preparedness Conference

June 9, 2015, 12pm - 8pm June 10, 2015, 8am - 5pm

Quinault Beach Resort

78 State Route 115 Ocean Shores, WA

Conference organized by Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board in collaboration with Washington State Department of Health Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division Indian Health Service American Indian Health Commission Northwest Center for Public Health Practice
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Bridget M. Canniff,
MALD Project Director, Injury Prevention Program
Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center
Public Health Improvement Manager
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
503-416-3302
bcanniff@npaihb.org

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