Year 1 CoL Series: The Red Ribbon Campaign: Uniting American Indian and Alaska Native Communities to Eliminate HIV/AIDS
This interactive three-part series will provide a special focus on providing support and resources to the frontline practitioners fighting to eliminate HIC/AIDS in Indian Country. This series will also provide forums for participants to learn about and discuss innovative resources and best practices in the reduction of stigma in the community, providers, and support systems and emphasize increasing outreach and testing services, and hear the stories from the frontlines of our urban Indian communities.
Strengthening the Ribbon: A Primary Care Approach to Eliminating
June 14, 2022
Dr. Jorge Mera, Director of Infectious Diseases| CNHS
Year 2 CoL Series: Nurturing the Three Sisters: Community, Culture, Connection in Urban Indian HIV Care
Join NCUIH for an interactive three-session series, Nurturing the Three Sisters: Community, Culture, Connection in Urban Indian HIV Care. Participants will cultivate knowledge on principles of indigenous harm reduction, community resources for gender and sexual minorities, and HIV’s connections with other health and wellness concerns.
Rooted in Resilience: Urban Indian Harm Reduction for HIV Prevention
March 14, 2023
Jessica Rienstra, RN, EHCO Case Manager| NPAIHB
Discuss principles of Indigenous harm reduction
Utilize harm reduction principles in your clinic practice
Recognize opportunities to counteract stigma in their communities