The UIHI office is moving to a new location across the street from our current building. This move will centrally locate our division in the same building with the Seattle Indian Health Board clinic and administrative offices. Our email and telephones will be offline for part or all of the time between September 24 and October 1, 2014. The UIHI website will not be affected. We apologize for any inconvenience that our temporary office closure may cause you. We encourage you to contact us before or after the move to assist you with your requests. All the UIHI telephone numbers for staff, the main telephone line (206-812-3030) and our email addresses will remain the same. Our new mailing address and physical office location will be:
Urban Indian Health Institute
A Division of the Seattle Indian Health Board
611 12th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144
We look forward to serving you from our new office in October!
Posted in News, UIHI News.
– September 16, 2014
The UIHI’s Promoting Health Equity Project is pleased to provide the slides and recording of Gathering Credible Data.
This webinar was the third in a series exploring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s evaluation framework and focused on data collection methods. During this webinar the presenter provided an overview of guiding principles for collecting evaluation data, considerations when choosing data collection methods, and an introduction to various methods of qualitative and quantitative data collection.
Posted in Data Collection, UIHI.
– August 19, 2014
The UIHI is pleased to release the Urban Diabetes Care and Outcomes Summary Report: Aggregate Results from Urban Indian Health Organizations, 2009-2013.
This report describes the annual Indian Health Service (IHS) Diabetes Care and Outcomes Audit data collected by participating IHS-funded Urban Indian Health Organizations (UIHOs). This report tracks the performance of UIHO diabetes programs using Diabetes Audit data from 2009-2013.
Print copies were sent to each UIHO, and the report is available for electronic download from the UIHI Reports webpage.
Please contact the UIHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 812-3030 with any questions.
Posted in Diabetes, UIHI, UIHO.
– April 7, 2014