June 12, 2013 Native Youth Listserv: AAIP Annual Meeting & Health Conference Poster Competition

This listserv  provides information about the 42nd AAIP Annual Meeting & Health
Conference Poster Competition

The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP)’s mission is to
motivate American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students to remain in the
academic pipeline and to pursue careers in the health professions and/or
biomedical research. 

The Conference will
be held from July 29th to August 4th in Santa
Clara, California with presentations and discussions from various healthcare
professionals focused on exercise promotion and disease prevention in Native
communities. Undergraduates and medical students are encouraged to
For early bird registration please postmark the registration
by June 28, 2013.

The Poster Competition
is open to undergraduate students, graduate students and
other meeting attendees researching AI/AN health issues, including: childhood
obesity, exercise promotion, disease prevention, mental health, diabetes,
cancer, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease. Posters should emphasize
treatment and epidemiologic issues for AI/ANs. Posters will be judged on
August 2 and the submission deadline is June 21, 2013!!

Click here for
more information on the necessary format and elements of the poster or review
this announcement
from AAIP. Additionally, all abstracts should be emailed to Noelle
Kleszynski at nkleszynski@aaip.org

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