Native New Health is an innovative series of health programs designed for Native people by Native people. This series addresses a number of health topics of special concern to Native populations.
This group of videos has been packaged in Continuing Education Course format on ALC. To earn .8 CEU for professional development credit, you must watch all the videos, and successfully complete the accompanying quizzes for each video at 100% mastery. You will have unlimited attempts at the quizzes. This content can be used individually or facilitated in a group setting.
Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, the learner will be able to; 1. Understand a number of health topics and their impact on personal health. 2. Implement disease specific strategies to make positive lifestyle changes. 3. Practice positive lifestyle habits to slow down or prevent disease progression. 4. Implement positive lifestyle practices to stop behavioral or substance addictive behaviors.
Gina Guiboche: Gina is a Canadian of Cree and Vuntut Gwichin ancestry and lives on the Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba, Canada. Gina holds a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently in a doctoral program in education. Ed Dunn: Ed is a Canadian of Ojibway Nation ancestry from Northern Ontario. He lives near Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Ed has a MPH and a PhD in Public Health. He is the Coordinator for Native Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada.
5- Excellent. I learned a lot from this