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.
Indian Health Service Press Release on expansion of the Community Health Aide Program:
New iOS software avilable for iPads, 11.3, see CHAM Product Requirements for details.
Update to newborn temperature range released 5.8.2018.
2018 Immunization updates released 4.25.2018.
'Children and Grief,' a new online module, is now available. Children's grief is different from adults. Knowing more about how children of different ages and developmental stages grieve helps us have a better understanding of how grief affects all family members. Learn helpful ways to support children as they grieve while earning 2 hours of CHAP or BHA CE. Module available at: http://anthc.remote-learner.net/.
10 interactive, online cancer modules with helpful resources and activities are available. For more information, see flyer.
Palliative Care TeleECHO Clinic, every other Wednesday 12-1 pm. Learn more about the program and register at: https://anthc.org/palliative-care/palliative-care-echo/.
Telemedicine Cart Checks
AFHCANcart Quick Check Form: http://afhcan.org/documentation/dl/Cart%20Quick%20Check.pdf
AFHCANcart Quick Check Guide: http://afhcan.org/documentation/dl/AFHCANcart%20Quick%20Check%20Guide%20v10_0.pdf
CHAP Certification Board Applications
email address: email@example.com
Future CHAP Certification Board meeting dates:
October 3-4, 2018, deadline for accepting applications is September 26, 2018.
CHAP Certification Board Standards and Procedures
click here for CHAPCB Standards and Procedures, amended June 22, 2017
Alaska Native Epidemiology Center