Highlight: Nisqually Tribe Covid Docustory
The Nisqually Tribe partnered with AIHC Tribal and Urban Indian Health Immunization Coalition (TUIHIC) to promote COVID-19 vaccination and build vaccine confidence through the creation of unique narratives through a seven-generation approach that honors our histories and protects our future generations.
Seven Generation Prevention and Vaccination Confidence Docu-story Project is produced through an AIHC TUIHIC partnership with Skybear, A Native-owned Media Firm with Tribes, Urban Indian Health Programs and American Indian and Alaska Native Communities. AIHC TUIHIC is thankful for funding contributions from Kaiser Permanente, The Public Good Projects and the State of Washington Department of Health.
For information about the COVID-19 Vaccine
For information about the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
Influenza (Flu): What You Need to Know for 2020-21
COVID-19 Speakers’ Series
The COVID-19 Student Survey launched in March 2021 and collected survey responses from over 65,000 students in middle schools and high schools in Washington State who opted in for participation. In this presentation, we will review what students at participating schools told us, and take a closer look at worries about the impact of COVID-19, mental health and substance use, and school experiences, as well as how these responses varied (or didn’t vary) by race/ethnicity. Click here to view survey assessment.
TUIHIC MEETING MATERIALS
March 2, 2021, all documents in Google folder
Special December Tribal and Urban Indian Health Immunization Coalition (TUIHIC) meeting
Identification of key factors specific to Tribal and Urban Indian communities to be considered in the development of culturally appropriate and scientifically accurate messaging to support.
November 10, 2020 Quarterly Meeting, 8:50 – 12 noon
Audio only in 2 parts
September 4, 2020, Quarterly Meeting
“Our people are no strangers to the great danger pandemics can pose. We know about this struggle. Our bones remember.” – Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip), All My Relations podcast
May 26, 2020 – Quarterly Meeting
February 25, 2020 – Quarterly Meeting
October 7, 2019
2019 Washington statewide Immunization Summit Presentation
THE IMMUNIZATION HEALTH EQUITY CHALLENGE FOR AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE POPULATIONS
Addressing Immunizations as a Priority Health Disparity
February 26, 2019 – materials
Archives (Click to access archived documents in a Google drive folder)
The American Indian Health Commission has been selected as the recipient of the Immunizations Action Coalition of Washington’s 2018 Collaborator Award
The following materials can be downloaded and customized to fit your community. Add in activities that community members participate in, tribal logo, and contact information.
IHS and CMS Flu Vaccine Resources
Television & radio
Partner social media toolkit in English (PDF)
Vaccine Training for Medical Assistants FREE IMMUNIZATION E-LEARNING COURSE REGISTER NOW! www.ImmunityCommunityWA.org/
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) 2020 Recommended Immunization Schedules
Increasing Vaccine Rates