Friday, November 13, 2015

"Doctors Back to School"

Dr. Donald Warne participating in "Doctors Back to School" at Hamilton Holmes Elementary School for the American Medical Association in Atlanta.  Dr. Warne is the Association of American Indian Physicians Representative to the AMA."

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Blue Campaign teaming up with the AIPHRC and NDPHA

On Oct. 6th we had the honor of hosting a visit for the Blue Campaign with Maria M. Odom, the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the head of this national initiative. The Blue campaign is focused on ending human trafficking. 
She and her team are forming a partnership with the North Dakota Public Health Association to raise awareness about and fight human trafficking in the public health sector and Indian country in North Dakota. They are also looking to work with our American Indian Public Health Resource Center in joint efforts to identify key issues and strategies to address human trafficking in ND.

Please see the below links for further information on Maria M. Odom and the Blue Campaign: 

Dr. Warne at Bemidji State University!

Dr. Donald Warne presenting on American Indian Public Health and Social Justice at Bemidji State University on October 29, 2015.  The partnership between NDSU and BSU is growing well!

Tribal College visit peeks interest in NDSU INBRE program!

Dr. Donald Warne and Pearl Walker-Swaney meeting with administrators, faculty, and students at Leech Lake Tribal College on October 30.  Several students are interested in participating in the NDSU INBRE program!


Dr. Donna Grandbois, Elizabeth Worth, and Dr. Donald Warne at the NDSU Public Health booth at American Public Health Association.  Also pictured, Dr. Donald Warne presenting on oral health access and advocacy in North Dakota at APHA.  More than ten NDSU Public Health faculty students, and staff attended and presented at the conference.  NDSU was well represented!

Monday, October 26, 2015

Dr. Warne presenting at the Inaugral National Conference on Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia in Native American Communities

Dr. Warne with Bruce Finke, MD and Olivia Mastry, JD, MPH presenting at the Inaugural National Conference on Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia in Native American Communities in Scottsdale, AZ on October 15, 2015.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Catch Dr. Warne at BSU Oct. 29th

Join Dr. Warne at Bemidji State University Thursday, Oct. 29th at 7pm for a discussion on health disparities and social justice as it relates to American Indian Health!