NAME Tribal Behavioral Health 102: Health Issues for American Indian/Alaska Native Men
COURSE STARTS Open Enrollment
COURSE ENDS 7 weeks to complete from date of registration
LEVEL OF TRAINING  Introductory
CONTACT HOURS 1
COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will examine American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Men’s Health. We will review men’s specific health issues, healthcare access and utilization, social determinants of health, and organizations that are working to support AI/AN men. The specific sources of data will be footnoted. This course will provide public health professionals with the information, skills, and tools needed to better understand the specific health challenges faced by AI/AN men. 

After completing this course users will be able to: 

  • Recognize who is defined as AI/AN 
  • Describe the health status for AI/AN men, including as compared to other races and women
  • Identify behavioral risk factors 
  • Explain death rates 
  • Describe social determinants of health 
  • Recognize historical trauma
  • Discuss help and support

 

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