Happy New Year to everyone.|
Native American Cancer Research Corporation is embarking on a new year with some new opportunities available and new projects. NACR staff will be busy navigating American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) cancer survivors, referring AIAN community members to cancer screening, partnering with tribal communities to evaluate and improve quality of local health systems, and implementing tobacco cessation programs and mHealth projects.
NACR Staff available for Fee for Service Consulting
NACR staff members are available this year to provide training, consultation, meeting facilitation, and other services on a fee for service basis. For more information, please contact NACR at Native American Cancer Research with questions about possible consulting services.
- The Path to Wellness for a Healthier life!"
Native American Cancer Research (NACR)
Free Mammograms for eligible women 40+ years old
March 13, 2014 Denver, CO
Denver March Pow Wow gives Tickets to Denver Cancer Survivors Mvto!
Thank you to the Denver March Pow Wow, Inc. for their contribution of Pow Wow tickets to our Denver Metro Community Cancer Survivors and their families.
The Denver March Pow Wow is being held in Denver, CO March 21, 22, and 23, 2014 at the Denver Coliseum. Events including Storytelling and Demonstrations begin at 10:00 AM each day with the Grand Entry of dancers each day at 11:00 AM. Dancing will end at 11:30 on Friday and Saturday and the Award Presentations will be at 8:00 PM on Sunday, March 23, 2014. Mark your Calendar NOW!
For more information, go to www.denvermarchpowwow.org or call 303-934-8045.
"Native Cancer 101 Module 4: The Role of Genes in Cancer" go to…
"Native Cancer 101 Module 8: Biospecimens and Biobanks" go to…
"Native Cancer 101 Module 9: Chronic Conditions and Cancer" go to…
"Native Cancer 101 Module 10 Preventing and Early Cancer Diagnosis (Screening)" go to…
The awardees for Priority Area 1 (tribal public health capacity building) are
- Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians (Wisconsin)
Journey Towards Wellness cancer prevention project
- Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan (Michigan)
Upper Peninsula Tribal Breast Health Coalition and Learning Collaborative
- Kalispel Tribe of Indians (Washington)
Tribal health system capacity building and quality-improvement projects to increase health system efficiency and streamline processes
- Pascua Yaqui Tribe (Arizona)
Identification, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis C among tribal members living in the New Pascua community
- Toiyabe Indian Health Project (California)
Diabetes primary prevention programs for American Indians in California
The awardee for Priority Area 2 (project evaluator) is
Funds will be used to strengthen and improve the infrastructure and performance of tribal public health agencies and tribal health systems through capacity building and quality improvement. We look forward to partnering with these six organizations as we continue to promote the health of American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
- Native American Cancer Research Corporation (Colorado)
Monitoring and evaluating for the five Priority Area 1 awardees
Case Study: 2013 Comprehensive Cancer Programs go to…
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Native American Education
for Survivors (NACES) pages.