NAHO News, December 2009
Acualités d'ONSA, décembre 2009

Highlights From the NAHO National Conference 2009

Inez and Ry Moran perform at the NAHO National Conference Banquet.
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NAHO Thanks Artists for their contribution to 2009 National Conference

Plenary Speakers and National Aboriginal Role Models were honoured for their contributions towards improving the health and well being of First Nations, Inuit and Mêtis individuals, families and communities with a special gift commissioned by two Aboriginal artists for the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) 2009 National Conference.
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National Aboriginal Health Organization launches “Pass It On”: Flu Shot Information Campaign

The Pass It On information campaign uses audio, video and posters combined to give options to communities promoting the flu shot.

NAHO launches Get Immunized Information Web site

Get Immunized Information is a national, bilingual Web-based clearinghouse of information on immunization and Aboriginal Peoples. The Get Immunized Information Web site hosts a collection of culturally relevant, timely and credible information resources on immunization and First Nations and Inuit.

National Aboriginal Role Models Take Centre Stage at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA)

NAHO is excited to announce that National Aboriginal Role Models and 2009 NARMP national spokesperson, Lucie Idlout represent thirty nine percent (39%) of this year’s Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA) finalists.
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Nominate Your Role Model

The National Aboriginal Health Organization is looking for First Nations, Inuit and Mêtis youth between the ages of 13 to 30, who are positive role models for its 2010-11 program.
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National Aboriginal Role Model Program Reunion Gala

It's the 25th anniversary of the National Aboriginal Role Model Program and the 6th year of being administered by the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO).
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Mêtis Centre Launches Health Databases

Métis Centre Health Database is a resource developed to provide researchers access to literature focused on a variety of Mêtis health issues.  The database is comprised of two components:  a statistical database developed in collaboration with Statistics Canada, and a literature collection focused on various Métis health issues ranging from nutrition to public health policy.
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