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Colville Confederated Tribes

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Coeur D'Alene Tribe

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Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians

Cowlitz Indian Tribe
Cowlitz Indian Tribe

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Hoh Indian Tribe

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Kalispel Tribe of Indians

Lower Elwha Klallam

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Lummi Nation

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Muckleshoot Indian Tribe

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Nisqually Indian Tribe

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Nooksack Indian Tribe

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Quinault Indian Nation

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Quileute Nation

Samish Indian Nation

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Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe

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Scammon Bay Native Village, Alaska

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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes

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Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

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Spokane Tribe of Indians

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Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians

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Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

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Upper Skagit Tribe

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Village Council of Mekoryuk, Alaska


7th Annual Tribal Emergency Preparedness Conference

NW Tribal Emergency Mgmt. Council
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

"Bridging the Gap between Public Health and Emergency Management"

September 28th, 29th & 30th, 2010

Great Wolf Lodge
20500 Old Highway 99, SW
Grand Mound, WA 98531

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1-800-640-WOLF (Reservations)
1-360-273-7718 (Resort)

website: Great Wolf Lodge - Grand Mound WA

 Conference Presentations and Materials

Agenda 2010 Tribal EP Conference

Conference Speakers' biographies

List of Exhibitors/Vendors

List of Attendees

2010 TEPC Post Conference Report

Conference Photos

Day 1: Opening day

Day 3: Closing day

General Session

Dr. Anthony Marfin, A Global Perspective on Infectious Disease

Dr. Evan Adams, Tripartite Efforts Have Led to Better Outcomes for British Columbia’s First Nations

Dr. Randy Beaton, Psychological First Aid Applications with American Indians

Dr. Randy Beaton, presentation references

Dr. Susan Allan, Traditional Emergency Responders and Public Health, challenges and cross-cultural communications

Mike Harryman National Health Security Strategy

Patrick Vacha, Tribal Assistance Coordination Group

Breakout Sessions

Alysha Kaplan, Maximizing reimbursement from FEMA after a disaster

Andy Hendrickson FEMA

Andy Stergachis, Don Downing, Partnering with community pharmacist to better prepare and respond in an emergency

Anne Widney Healthcare coalitions

Beth McGinnis, Aron Stephens, Public Health Surge Capacity, key principles of inclusive Just In Time Training

BOH Mutual Aid Authority Delegation Resolution

Brad Halstead WA State DOH and tribal preparedness contracts

Carey Palm OR tribal contracs

Colonel Jerry Arends-Introduction to Dod Innovative Readiness Training

Dave Owens, Sonya Czerniak, Strategic National Stockpiles

Dr. Thomas Weiser, Impact of Pandemic H1N1 on American Indians

EOPT Dave Hall

Jenny Holladay, Lewissa Swanson-National Commission on Children & Disasters recommendations

Jesus Reyna, MRC

John Erickson, PHEP Caps

John Zingg-Developing Partnerships between the American Red Cross and Native American tribes

Laura Blaske-Risk Communication

Laura Kingman-Maximizing Interoperable communications, how to determine which strategies yield the highest benefit

Matt Bernard, National Incident Management System-NIMS


Olympic Regional Tribal-Public Health MAP Draft Six

Sheryl Lowe and Cindy Gleason H1N1 state and tribal after action efforts

Emergency Preparedness Survey Summary - Tribes

Teresa Vollan, Lynda Zambrano, WA State Tribal Emergency Preparedness Assessment results

The Olympic REgional Tribal Public Health Collaboration Susan Ferguston Cherrie Crowell Tom Locke

TJ Harmon, 2010 Darkwater COMEX tabletop exercise

Washington NWTEMC Presentation

For more information, please contact:

Ticey Casey (Siletz)
Project Coordinator to the EpiCenter
2121 SW Broadway, Suite 300
Portland, OR 97201
(503) 416-3267

VENDORS: Please contact Glenn Coil, NWTEMC for information on how to participate:

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 Special thanks to the Washington Department of Health for their  help in making this event possible.