In conjunction with the conference, GLITEC will be hosting several trainings. These trainings will take
place on Tuesday, April 26 through Wednesday, April 27, 2022, and will cover a variety of topics:
- Introduction to Epidemiology
- Naloxone Train-the-Trainer
- safeTALK Training
Space may be limited for some trainings, so please register as soon as possible!
Epidemiology 101: The Epidemiology 101 training is designed to meet the needs of professionals who work in diverse areas of American Indian and Alaska Native health. Almost anyone who works in American Indian Health can take advantage of this learning opportunity – from administrators to community health workers. This full-day course covers functions of public health, disease occurrence, types of data, measures of risk, organizing data, public health surveillance.
Naloxone Train the Trainer: This half-day training session is intended for those working within opioid and substance use prevention, recovery services, or anyone else at the community level interested in facilitating naloxone trainings in their community. The training will focus on the fundamentals of naloxone administration, considerations for trainers, and includes the opportunity for skills practice.
safeTALK Training: safeTALK is a half-day alertness training that prepares anyone 15 or older to become a suicide-alert helper, regardless of prior experience or training. People with thoughts of suicide, through their words and actions, invite help to stay alive. Through this training, you can recognize these invitations and take action by connecting them with life-saving intervention resources.