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National Map Filters and Tools | June 28, 2021

Date of Presentation: June 28, 2021

Type: Past Presentation  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: Overdose Mapping and Application (ODMAP) ECHO Program  

Keywords: #ODMAP  #Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program  

Mark Tuttle and Vickie L. Bradley provide instruction on how to use the national map filter and tools as part of the ODMap system.

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Presenter Bio:

Mark Tuttle, Vickie L. Bradley

Mark Tuttle, MPH, MBA, works for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI). He is currently the Epidemiologist at the EBCI Public Health and Human Services Division. Mark is a military veteran and served 6 years in the Air Force where he worked avionics on A-10, F-15, and U-2 aircrafts. Prior to starting his position with the EBCI Public Health and Human Services, Mark worked for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their Public Health Associate Program for 2 years.

Vickie L. Bradley received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Carolina University, and a Master of Public Health at Lenoir-Rhyne University. She is the Secretary of Public Health and Human Services for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI), where she is also a member. Vickie has worked in healthcare for 30 years and has worked in Tribal public health for the last 16 years. During her 16-year tenure with the EBCI, and as Secretary of Public Health and Human Services, she has led the initiative for the EBCI to develop their own social service programs and also to consolidate and expand services to create an integrated Public Health and Human Services Division. Vickie is an active member of the National Indian Health Board Tribal Public Health Accreditation Advisory Board, the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Health Committee, and a member of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine.

Date added: October 5, 2021

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