HRSA’s Resources and Initiatives for Native American Communities
The Health Resources and Services Administration’s Office of Regional Operations for Region 10 will share some of its initiatives and activities within the Native American community as it pertains to behavioral health, chronic disease, education, human trafficking and substance abuse.
Presenter: Gary Gant, Public Health Analyst for HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration), Region 10
A Community-Oriented Public Health practitioner by training, Gary is currently a Public Health Analyst with the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Office of Regional Operations in Region 10, which is comprised of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Gary is currently the HRSA regional lead for rural health, chronic disease and issues pertaining to Native American youth. Gary has an M.P.H in Community-Oriented Public Health Practice and a M.B.A. in Healthcare Management.
Nov 15, 2017
1:00PM - 2:00PM PT
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