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Tribal Nursing Homes: Traditional Foods, Traditional Lives Webinar
This presentation will introduce a tribal nursing home collaborative and its work by reviewing the history, foods, ideas, programs, challenges, laws, and recommendations that have influenced and currently affect preparing and serving traditional foods in tribal nursing homes.
We will discuss how the “Triple Aim” of improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of health care has implications for tribal nursing homes. You will learn specific steps you can take to advocate for traditional foods and traditional living as a way to honor and respect elders.
Recognize the “Triple Aim” implications for tribal nursing homes
Explain the importance of traditional foods in tribal nursing homes as a way to honor our elders
Describe three next steps participants will take upon completion of this webinar to advocate for traditional foods and choice in tribal nursing homes
- Frances Stout, Archie Hendricks, Sr. Skilled Nursing Facility, Tohono O’odham Nursing Care Authority Board Member
- Deborah J. Dyjak, R.N., B.S.N., M.S., Geriatric Nurse Leadership Academy Fellow, Archie Hendricks, Sr. Skilled Nursing Facility, Tohono O’odham Nursing Care Authority
- Leiza Johnson, Mountain-Pacific Health Care Quality Improvement Organization – Alaska
- Val Kreil, Administrator, Utuqqanaat Inaat
- Mellisa Heflin, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Registration Fee: Fee
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