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Developing future Diné public health leaders starts with early, culturally significant exposure
Successfully guiding Diné youth toward health and public health professions begins with two important ideas—start students in a program in high school and cultivate in them a love and understanding of their own cultural, strength-based assets.
Researchers from Diné College and Northern Arizona University explored… Read more
NAU public health program for high school students brings focus to Native American culture
By Katherine Locke
June 7, 2022
A one-week summer training program,… Read more
Northern Arizona University (NAU) student Melissa Wheeler was… Read more
How does racism embedded in policies, practices and interpersonal interactions influence the well-being of Black Arizonans?
A workshop on June 3, at the High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff, brought together community leaders, faculty, students and community members from across the state to examine health equity issues that have historically and currently affected people… Read more
Community health workers conference attendees discuss CHW voluntary certification, fully integrating and financing the CHW workforce
On May 16, through a community health workshop, more than… Read more