Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the inaugural Native Business Summit, taking place May 13-15, 2019, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The new facility, named in honor of Elouise Cobell, will advance training opportunities for Native American nursing and education students to meet increasing healthcare and education needs locally and throughout Montana.
While there have been significant efforts to increase the diversity of the physician workforce, the number of individuals who identify as American Indian and Alaska Native applying to and enrolling in medical school has seen slow and uneven growth, according to a new report.
A new partnership will revolutionize healthcare and higher education for indigenous peoples. The Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma State University have inked an historic partnership to establish the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation.
In addition to becoming the first Native American Military General, Captain Naomi Lee intends to improve Native health through biomedical and vaccine research, STEM education and mentoring.
An expert in the field of health equity, Nichole Maher was selected to advance the Group Health Foundation’s aspirations for a vibrant, healthy future in communities across Washington state.