SDPI Poster Session Call for Proposals
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) invites Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) grantees to submit proposals to highlight the accomplishments of SDPI at the Annual NIHB National Tribal Public Health Summit, in Atlanta, Georgia, April 11-13, 2016.

The Annual SDPI Poster Session is a great way for SDPI success stories to be heard by a large audience of Tribal leaders and Tribal health professionals, as well as share program ideas with other grantees. SDPI will be in its nineteenth year at the time of the Tribal Public Health Summit and we look forward to showcasing the hard work and many successes that have resulted from almost two decades of diabetes treatment and prevention in Indian Country.

Interested grantees should submit contact information and a brief description of the program below. The deadline is January 8, 2016 at 11:59pm ET. Grantees will be notified within one week of the deadline. If selected, it will be the responsibility of the grantee to create/print and transport their own posters to the Summit.

*NIHB, unfortunately, cannot provide scholarships or funding assistance to attend the Tribal Public Health Summit. If selected, it is preferred to have at least one person present to staff the poster during the Opening Reception April 11, 2015.

First Name:
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Last Name:
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Name of Tribal/IHS Facility:
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Title of SDPI Program:
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Type of SDPI grant:
Description of SDPI program:
In 150 words (or less) please describe your SDPI program activities, staff, personal success stories and/or improved data outcomes. PLEASE NOTE: The form will not submit correctly if you exceed 150 words on this section. This description will be used in the program book, so please edit before submitting.
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Will at least one person be present at the Tribal Public Health Summit to staff the poster?
Will you need table space to display handouts or giveaways?
If you have any questions about the SDPI Poster Session, please contact Michelle Castagne at or (202)-507-4083.
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