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ASTHO Webinar Series: Unlocking the Accreditation Process for Tribal Health Departments

posted Jul 6, 2015, 3:24 PM by Tech Support   [ updated Feb 27, 2017, 12:57 PM ]
Are you interested in learning all about Public Health Accreditation? Please join us for two webinars featuring an overview of the Public Health Accreditation process and an in depth look at the standards and measures used to provide guidance to health departments preparing for accreditation. 

With funding from the Office of Minority Health-National Partnership for Action, The National Indian Health Board and ASTHO are hosting a webinar series on Public Health Accreditation. The webinars were created with Tribal communities in mind, but other public health professionals who work with Tribes, would like to work with Tribes or have a general interest in learning more about accreditation are welcome to attend. Robin Wilcox, Chief Program Officer for the Public Health Accreditation Board will be the featured speaker for both webinars and the 2nd webinar will feature a Tribal Councilperson who will focus on the policy levers around Tribal accreditation. 

Webinar Registration

Webinar 1: Wednesday, July 29, 2015
3:00-4:30 p.m. ET
Click Here to Register: Accreditation Primer

Webinar 2: Monday, August 31, 2015
3:00-4:30 p.m. ET
Click Here to Register: Accreditation Submersion

Webinar Objectives:
  1. To provide an overview of the Public Health Accreditation process: What is accreditation? Who’s eligible to apply for accreditation? What is the process for applying for accreditation? What are the benefits of being accredited?
  2. To describe in detail the nuts and bolts of the accreditation process; Understanding the Standards and Measures.
  3. To provide recommendations on how Tribes can leverage support by creating and using policy to promote and advance accreditation.
We hope you can join us for both webinars on July 29 and August 31.

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Tech Support,
Jul 15, 2015, 9:28 AM