The 2015 Native Youth Health Summit took place September 16-21, 2015 at the National 4H Center in Chevy Chase, MD. This was the National Indian Health Board’s (NIHB) 6th Annual Native Youth Health Summit and was held in advance of our premiere conference, the Annual Consumer Conference - Native Health 2015: Policy, Advocacy and the Business of Medicine. In keeping with the theme of policy, advocacy and the business of medicine, NIHB’s 2015 Native Youth Health Summit focused on “Youth Advocacy: Telling Your Story to Create Change”.
The 2014 Native Youth Health Summit took place in Window Rock, AZ. This track brought together Native youth from around Indian Country to develop digital stories focused on health and wellness in their communities. The theme of the Youth Summit was, “Advancing Native Health Care through Consultation, Technology and Tradition”.
The 2013 Native Youth Summit took place August 23-26, 2013 at the Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City, Michigan. This was the National Indian Health Board’s (NIHB) 3rd Annual Native Youth Summit and was held in advance of our premiere conference, the National Annual Consumer Conference --The Dawn of a New Health Care System: Transforming Tribal Health through Tradition and Change. In keeping with the theme of transformation and standing on tradition, this year’s Tribal Youth Health Summit focused on two critical health issues in Indian Country: cancer and diabetes.
In 2012 the Annual Consumer Conference in Denver, Colorado featured the 2nd Annual Native Youth Track. This track brought together Native Youth from around Indian Country to develop digital stories focused on health and wellness in their communities. These stories created by the youth over a two day Digital Story workshop dealt with topics ranging from Obesity to Suicide to Stress and Cultural Identity.
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On Thursday, November 5th, 2009, the United States President Barrack Obama hosted the White House Tribal Nations Conference. The conference provided leaders and representatives from the 564 federally recognized tribes an opportunity to interest with the President and representatives from the highest levels of his Administration. Listed below are links to view the recorded events.
President Obama Opens Tribal Nations Conference 45:35
Tribal Nations Conference: Education, Health Care and Labor Panel 1:23:23
President Obama Gives Closing Remarks at Tribal Nations Conference