Welcome to the Alaska CHAP Program
The Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) consists of a network of approximately 550 Community Health Aides/Practitioners (CHA/Ps) in over 170 rural Alaska villages. CHA/Ps work within the guidelines of the Alaska Community Health Aide/Practitioner Manual in assessing and referring members of their communities who seek medical care and consultation. Alaska CHA/Ps are the frontline of healthcare in their communities.
There was an eCHAM Revision rolled out on Sunday, July 17. You can find an outline of what was revised in our revision tab.
Manager Training in August
We are happy to announce that we will be hosting a course for Managers in August at ANTHC.
A new Telehealth continuing education course is available online at the new CHAP Distance Learning Network website. Earn 2 hours of CE, learning about telemedicine as it relates to you, your patients and our Alaska Tribal Health System.
Save the Dates:
5th Annual Alaskan Plants as Food & Medicine Symposium, September 11-13, 2016 - Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage. Register at: alaskanplants.com.
2016 Alaska Maternal Child Health & Immunization Conference, September 27-28, 2016 - Hilton Anchorage. Registration is now open: www.alaskamchconference.org. There are a limited number of travel scholarships available. Applications are due by July 31st and are available here.
32nd Annual Alaska Native Diabetes Conference, November 29-December 1, 2016 - Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage. For more information and to register, click here.
Shining Star Awards
The 2016 Shining Star Awardees were recognized at the CHAP Forum on April 26th. If you missed it and would like to see the award presentation, click here.
CHAP Certification Board Applications
The next CHAP Certification Board meeting is scheduled for October 26-27, 2016. The deadline for accepting applications is October 19, 2016. Link to the CHAP Certification Board Page
CHAP Certification Board Standards and Procedures
click here for CHAPCB Standards and Procedures, amended January 22, 2016
Alaska Native Epidemiology Center