[Practice Brief] A Global Indigenous Collaborative To Restore Balance for the Wellbeing of Humanity and the Environment
(May 17, 2023) The impact of climate change and ecosystem collapse can no longer be ignored. We have reached a critical moment, a tipping point that calls for informed and effective climate action. “Engaging Indigenous communities” as suggested by the United Nations, national governments, researchers, and others is not enough. Indigenous-led systems transformation is needed […]
[Practice Brief] Tribal Success Stories
(September 27, 2021) Tribal Success Stories are practice briefs developed by tribes for tribes. In their own words, each success story describes the tribe’s journey towards achieving its goals, including its strategies, lessons learned and resources that supported their effort. Success stories serve as a resource for other tribes who might be on a similar […]
[Practice Brief] Becoming Butterfly through Performance Management
(January 24, 2021) Becoming Butterfly is a framework that draws from an Indigenous model of healing, and proposes a community-centered, public health approach to transform Indigenous health systems using an adapted performance management model to improve health.
[Report] Tribal Public Health Institute Feasibility Project
(January 12, 2021) Findings discussed in this report affirm the feasibility and desirability of a TPHI to serve as a partner in addressing the health needs of American Indian and Alaska Native communities. The report describes a strong Tribal outreach and engagement approach through the project.
[Practice Brief] A Case for Tribal Public Health Institutes
(January 12, 2021) Tribal Nations are challenged with protecting its citizens from the preventable causes of death, injury, illness and disability. Public health threats, such as chronic disease, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters, have reinforced the need for a strong public health infrastructure. This practice brief describes how public health has evolved to include […]
[Report] Advancing the Health and Wellness of Our Native Communities
(January 12, 2013) This blueprint report represents a tribal public health agenda based on national input and synthesis of regional and national tribal roundtables. The agenda includes seven strategic priorities with actionable strategies.