The UNM HSC Center for Native American Health specializes in student and workforce development, community engagement, community-based participatory research (CBPR), community health assessment capacity building, program planning, and project management.
We partner with students, staff, faculty, community groups, organizations, and government agencies to develop sustainable solutions and creative pathways for improving the health and well-being of Indigenous people. CNAH approach focuses on community strengths such as local and unique knowledge, core cultural value systems, and health beliefs.
May 11, 2016
The 2016 Health Sciences Graduation Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday marked the 11th year that CNAH has hosted the event. The annual ceremony recognizes Native American students graduating from the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and their families. Read More...
PAW at UNM
April 29, 2016
UNM HSC hosted this year's Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW) in collaboration with the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) and partnering universities from the Four Corners Alliance. Read More...