Tribal Public Health Institute: Feasibility Project

This website provides tribal information about a project to examine the role a Tribal Public Health Institute might play in improving health among American Indian and Alaskan native communities.

Available online: http://www.redstarintl.org/tphifeasibilityproject-about/

It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.

  • Accreditation / Essential Services: The project’s exploratory review used the 10 Essential Public Health Services as a framework to identify and describe public health services currently provided and the reach and coverage of services at the tribal, regional or national level.
  • Background / History: The newsletter describes tribal and advisory board meetings to discuss the project.
  • Communications: The website provides information on efforts to inform and solicit input from affected tribal communities.
  • Tribal Issues: The website provides information and answers questions and concerns about feasibility of creating a Tribal Public Health Institute to improve the health of American Indian and Alaskan native communities.

This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.

  • Why? / Phase One: The website addresses the feasibility of creating a Tribal Public Health Institute to improve the health of American Indian and Alaskan native communities.
  • What? / Phase One: The project’s exploratory review used the 10 Essential Public Health Services as a framework.
  • Who? / Phase One: It provides information and answers questions and concerns about feasibility of creating a Tribal Public Health Institute to improve health of American Indian and Alaskan native communities.
  • Context and History / Phase Two: The newsletter describes tribal and advisory board meetings to discuss the project.
  • Communications / Phase Two: The website provides information on efforts to inform and solicit input from affected tribal communities.