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“I learn something new from each participant and ECHO event that allows me to improve my own clinical practice and provide better services to my patients. I am very honored and privileged to be a part of this exceptional team and initiative.”CAPT Ted Hall graduated from the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University with a Doctor of Pharmacy in 2002. He has served the Ho-Chunk Nation Health Department since September 2002 as a staff pharmacist and advanced to Chief Pharmacist ...read more
“Indian Country ECHO – with its connecting lines of communication – reminds me of a spider web. In many Native cultures, the spider is given credit for its ability to weave intricate webs that are a miracle of organic engineering. I think Indian Country ECHO is the inspiration we need to gain perspective on an issue or development. ECHO helps us –as a team—explore the many facets of a problem to find the appropriate solution.”Rick Haverkate, MPH, is an enrolled member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. In 1993 he earned his MPH from the University of Hawai'i. His 32-year public health career has been focused entirely on Indigenous peoples of ...read more
“Feeling seen wasn’t something I was used to growing up. Maybe in the sense I was someone’s token Native friend, but never was that representation mirrored until years later. This is what inspires me to do the work I do for the Trans and Gender-Affirming Care ECHO, knowing there’s someone who has been in the same shoes on the home side of the court.”Lane Holcomb is from Vian, Oklahoma. She is 23 years old and is a trans woman of the Cherokee Nation. Lane is currently a student at Carl Albert State College, where she is majoring in psychology and sociology. Trans and ...read more