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BHCAIH shall work to enhance the representation of American Indian students within health professions training programs (e.g., medical and nursing schools). The Center plans to apply for a Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) grant next year to help support this effort. This effort may include the provision of educational scholarships to appropriate students.

Additionally, the Center plans to serve as a training center for tribal health care staff (e.g., public health nursing) in necessary clinical techniques and advancements, treatment models, behavioral health models, and health care administration topics. (20% Center activity)

   
           
 

Black Hills Center for American Indian Health   –   701 St. Joseph Street Suite 204 Rapid City, SD 57701.  605-348-6100   –   Copyright 2009. All Rights Reserved.