Presentations

See the UIHI’s YouTube channel for all recorded UIHI presentations and other videos.

Slide Presentations

Health Data Literacy Training - Module 2: Using and Presenting Data
Health Data Literacy Training - Module 2: Using and Presenting Data
Updated: April 26, 2016

As the second in a series of two training sessions focused on using health data in practice, this webinar builds on the topic of accessing data from the first session. This training is designed for individuals with a beginner level of using health data or those with a more intermediate level of understanding who want a refresher on using publicly available data. You can also view the audio recording of the webinar on our YouTube channel (see link at top of page). (April 2016)

Health Data Literacy Training - Module 1: Accessing Data
Health Data Literacy Training - Module 1: Accessing Data
Updated: April 26, 2016

The first in a series of two training sessions focused on using health data in practice. This webinar will walk participants through the process of selecting your data from a public source and exporting it for use in Excel. An overview of other considerations when working with data such as limitations and uses of imperfect data will be included. This training is designed for individuals with a beginner level of using health data or those with a more intermediate level of understanding who want a refresher on accessing and downloading publicly available data. You can also view the audio recording of the webinar on our YouTube channel (see link at top of page). (April 2016)

Health Data Roundtable Discussion Reality Check: Are you getting the data you need?
Health Data Roundtable Discussion Reality Check: Are you getting the data you need?
Updated: April 25, 2012

(April 25, 2012 – At the National Council of Urban Indian Health 2012 Annual Meeting )
Session Facilitators: Crystal Tetrick, Associate Director, Urban Indian Health Institute and Jyl Marden, Executive Director of the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health
Overview: Evaluations from the Urban Indian Health Institute’s (UIHI) Demystifying Data for Health Professionals Trainings over the past year indicate that Urban Indian Health Organization (UIHO) staff would like more intensive data trainings from the UIHI. UIHO staff requested a greater focus on local data, in addition to more opportunities to work together to share data and experiences. As the designated epidemiology center for the UIHOs, the UIHI is responsible for conducting health surveillance of the urban Indian population, identifying health priorities based on data, in addition to working with the UIHO to assist them with community surveillance. This session will identify strategic areas to help improve UIHO access to and use of health data. With guided questions, this roundtable session will provide a forum for participants to engage in a discussion around data sets, data systems, data quality, and data use. (April 2012)

Epidemiology of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis C Among AIAN Populations
Epidemiology of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis C Among AIAN Populations
Updated: June 6, 2011

Presentation from Accessing and Using Viral Hepatitis and STI Surveillance Data webinar. This webinar shared the latest information about the rates of Viral Hepatitis, HIV and other STIs in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities, and provided resources for urban Indian health organizations (UIHO) to access and use this information. Dr. Melanie Taylor, Medical Epidemiologist from CDC/IHS, presented the latest national data, discussed disparities in AI/AN rates relative to the general population and offered tips for accessing local data. UIHI project staff also shared information on upcoming webinars, online resources and other project activities. (June 2011)

Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Health Indicator Graphs
Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Health Indicator Graphs
Updated: September 24, 2010

The Urban Indian Health Institute has compiled a PowerPoint presentation resource which includes graphs and tables highlighting urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) health indicators from select UIHI reports. This resource is available to be used by urban Indian health organizations and other partners serving urban AI/AN communities for health status and disparities presentations, grant applications, and other activities. Data has been included from five UIHI reports. Detailed information on data sources, study populations, and limitations may be obtained by accessing the individual reports on the UIHI Reports Page. (September 2010)