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Behavioral Health Poster Session: Call for Proposals
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) invites MSPI/DVPI grantees, Tribal behavioral health experts, public health professionals, advocates, researchers, community-based providers, and others to submit proposals to highlight the accomplishments of their programs at the American Indian and Alaska Native National Behavioral Health
Conference, in Albuquerque, NM, May 15-17, 2019. The Poster Session is a great way for success stories to be heard by a large audience of Tribal leaders, Tribal behavioral health professionals, health experts, public health professionals, federal employees, advocates, researchers and community-based providers as well as share program ideas with others.

Those interested should submit contact information, and a brief description of the program below. The deadline is Friday, March 1 at 11:59pm ET. Presenters will be notified within one week of their submission.

Poster Guidelines: Posters should contain information about your program and should be visually appealing. Presenters may choose to highlight specific program activities, programs, or data, based on the story they want to tell. All posters must be 36x48 (3ft by 4ft) to fit on the easels available at the conference. NIHB will provide additional guidelines upon selection.

*NIHB, unfortunately, cannot provide scholarships or funding assistance to attend the AI/AN National Behavioral Health Conference. If selected, it is preferred to have at least one person present to staff the poster.

First Name: *
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Last Name: *
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Title *
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Organization *
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Phone *
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Name of Co-Presenter *
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Co-Presenter Title *
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In which IHS Area is your program located? *
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Name of Tribal/IHS Facility program takes place (if applicable):
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Title of proposal or behavioral health program: *
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Poster Proposal *
In 250 words (or less) please describe your behavioral health program activities, success stories and/or improved data outcomes. Think about what makes your program successful and unique. PLEASE NOTE: The form will not submit correctly if you exceed 250 words on this section. This description may be used in the conference materials and app, so please edit before submitting.
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The Behavioral Health Poster Session will be held during the AI/AN National Behavioral Health Conference. How many people will be present to staff your poster? *
If you have any questions regarding the Behavioral Health Poster Session, please contact Courtney Wheeler, cwheeler@nihb.org, (202)507-4081. Use the space below for additional comments.
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