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Emcees Wes Wilson and Nicholas Wahpepah invite you to attend the 2024 Tribal Public Health Conference at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma.

 

“CONNECTING COMMUNITIES TO CREATE CHANGE”

The theme “Connecting Communities to Create Change” stands as a catalyst for launching conversations, ideas, and solution to address the ongoing needs in Indigenous communities. Our hope is that we provide a platform for TPHC attendees to embody a collaborative spirit and embrace community connections to find adaptive solutions to the challenges they face at home. By uniting, our aspiration is that attendees will establish significant connections, nurture existing partnerships, and collectively work towards creating positive, constructive shifts in the landscape of Tribal Public Health.

“PAST TALKS SPOTLIGHT”

Jeremy Fields

Founder, Thrive.UnItd

(Pawnee, Crow, Chickasaw)

Throughout my years working in American Native communities, one of the most important lessons I’ve learned is the power of relationship. From the...

Ronnie Trentham

Seven-Time Cancer Survivor

Robbie Trentham is a seven-time oral, head and neck cancer survivor who has spent over ten years speaking to and encouraging thousands of people across several states by telling his survivor story...

Dr. Jeff Linkenbach

Director, The Montana Institute

Dr. Jeff Linkenbach is Founding Director & Research Scientist at The Montana Institute, who has developed national award-winning research- based programs to change norms...

TPHC 2024 IN NUMBERS

3
DAYS
54
SESSIONS
94
SPEAKERS
6
TRACKS
1
Cultural Event
700
ATTENDEES

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7G Award Nominations

The 7th Generation and the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board has a history of honoring outstanding people who strive to make...

Speak at TPHC2024

Those working in all areas of research and public health relating to AI/AN populations are encouraged to submit an abstract...

Become a Sponsor

Our conference will offer you a unique opportunity to convene with leaders and professionals in tribal public health from...

A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

Frequently Asked Questions

The Tribal Public Health Conference 2024 will be hosted by the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma on April 23 - 25, 2024.
The Tribal Public Health Conference will offer you a unique opportunity to convene with data-driven thought leaders, solution-based advocates, and professionals in tribal public health from a wide-range of backgrounds, including:
  • Tribal partners
  • Tribal elders
  • Health organizations (tribal, IHS, urban, state)
  • Clinicians and public health professionals
  • Healthcare providers
  • Elected tribal leaders
  • Youth groundshakers and students
  • Healthy Living grantees
  • Turning Point coalitions
  • Funders
  • Legislators and policy makers
  • Tribal education professionals
The registration fee for General Admission tickets is $95.00 and the registration fee for Earlybird tickets is $75.00.

Earlybird registration is scheduled to open January 2024 and end on February 16, 2024. General Admission for the Conference will close April 1, 2024.
Go to the Registration page and purchase your ticket by filling out the registration form.
You will receive a confirmation email and important information for the 2024 Tribal Public Health Conference.
This year's cultural event will be the first TPHC Indigenous Fashion Show! Please look to our website for more updated information about this exciting new addition to our agenda.



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