Collaborative Care for the American Indian Population during COVID and Beyond



9:00 am
Apr 9

For Tribes across New Mexico COVID-19 exposed how the social determinants of health, combined with historical trauma and institutional betrayal can have lasting impact on health outcomes. This session will examine that history as well as understand how collaborative care and concepts of cultural safety can help guide care during the pandemic and beyond (6 CEUs)

Course Instructor
Jennifer Nanez MSW LMSW
Jennifer S. Nanez, MSW, LMSW, currently serves as a Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator with the SAMHSA Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center under Tribal Tech LLC.  Ms. Nanez is an enrolled tribal member of the Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico.  Ms. Nanez has been in the social work and education fields for over 20 years with an emphasis in serving the American Indian population, and promoting effective community engagement and clinical work in the American Indian community.

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