Tribal Public Health Success Stories
Monday, January 12, 2015
Begin Air Date: Monday, Jan 12, 2015
Title: “Tribal Public Health Success Stories”
Guests: Dr. Doris Cook (Akwesasne/St. Regis Mohawk), Researcher; Alan Hall, Assisted Living Administrator
Description: Native American communities are serving as public health role models. Dr. Doris Cook shares real-life stories drawn from an exciting partnership between the Association of American Indian Physicians and the CDC.
Refer listeners to: www.aaip.org
Information on how to tune into the broadcast:
American Indian Living can be heard on some 140 stations throughout the country as well as on internet live streams hosted by LIfeTalk Radio and Native Voice One. Some shows are also carried at later date on two other networks, Family First Radio and Radio 74. To see if a radio station in your area is an affiliate of one of our two primary networks, you can check these links: http://www.lifetalk.net/article/4/stations and http://www.nv1.org/stations.html.
If a station in your area does not carry the show, you can listen to the live stream at LifeTalk Radio (www.lifetalk.net) on Tuesdays from 5 to 6 PM Eastern Time or on Native Voice One (www.NV1.org). Native Voice One airs each “weekly” show 11 times per week on a schedule that can be accessed here: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/nv1/guide.guidemain?action=viewGuide&t=2&Month=0&Day=12&Year=2015&submitButton.x=23&submitButton.y=7