AAIP Vaccination Campaign Initiative
Increasing vaccinations is one way to ensure our tribal cultures survive and are preserved for future generations.
Today, American Indian/Alaska Native physicians across the country are committed to that same mission. One purpose of the Association of American Indian Physicians is “To pursue excellence in Native American health care by promoting education in the medical disciplines, honoring traditional healing principles and restoring the balance of mind, body and spirit”. The organization provides programs that directly address widely acknowledged disparities in American Indian and Alaska Native health, and works to collaborate and respect traditional healing practices.
AAIP Announces the 2022 50th Annual Meeting and National Health Conference
"Optimizing American Indian and Alaska Native Health: Implementing our Tribal Nation Sovereignty"!
July 28, 2022 to July 31, 2022!
Capital Hilton Downtown Washington DC Hotel
AAIP’s Board of Directors is excited to invite everyone to our first in-person conference since 2019! Registration for this year’s annual meeting is currently open and the Capital Hilton Downtown Washington DC hotel is currently accepting room reservations for this event.
Prior to the AAIP 50th Annual Meeting and Health Conference you are cordially invited to participate in the…
Association of American Indian Physicians AI/AN Academic Medicine Workshop
July 27th, 2022 | 12:30pm – 4:30pm
655 K Street Northwest Washington DC, 20001
The AAIP AI/AN Academic Medicine Workshop servers as a forum for the exchange of ideas and strategies addressing challenges such as health equity in academic Medicine, Native Faculty recruitment/placement and creating parity in the academic medicine community.
The ‘Workshop’ is free to attend with advance registration.
AAMC Workforce Development Summit
July 26th | 11:30am – 7:00pm
July 27th | 8:30am – 12:00pm
COVID-19 vaccination message from AAIP Physicians
Why is getting vaccinated with an authorized COVID-19 vaccine important?
- It helps protect you, your family and your community from COVID-19.
- Fully vaccinated individuals generally can engage in activities they had to stop because of the pandemic.
How has COVID-19 had an effect on my community?
Where can I learn more about urging and aiding my community to take the COVID-19 vaccine?
- To learn more about how you can make a difference in your community, please visit:
For decades, members of American Indian and Alaska Native communities were categorized as “other”; however, when we come together for our health and community, we acknowledge the vibrant diversity and resilience of our people.