AGENDA

DAY 1 – APRIL 23, 2018

8:00AM to 9:00AM Registration and Breakfast
9:00AM to 9:30AM Welcome, Housekeeping, and Purpose of Conference (Establishing Lines of Communication)

Dave Cramer, Chair, Tribal Health Care Coalition

9:30AM to 10:30AM Tribal Health Care Coalition Overview (Governance Structure, Preparedness Plan, Website, and Training Opportunities)

Teresa Ehnert, Bureau Chief, Arizona Department of Health Services’ Bureau of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Jess Curtis, Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for San Carlos Apache Tribe

10:30AM to 10:45AM Break
10:45AM to Noon The People in Your Neighborhood; A Whole Community Partnership

Joseph Urrea, Tribal Liaison, Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs

Noon to 1:00PM Lunch and Networking
1:00PM to 3:00PM Moderated Panel of Presenters on Diverse Scopes of Urban Disasters in Arizona

(15 Minutes Each with 15 Minutes for Q and A):

1. Salt River Fields and Talking Stick Resort & Casino’s Large Scale Exercises for Mass Casualty Incidents

Cliff Puckett, Emergency Manager, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community

2. Tribal Emergency Management Issues on the Southern Border

Carlos Aceves, Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Tohono O’odham Nation, and Captain John Whiteside, Safety Officer, U. S. Public Health Services, Sells Indian Health Service Hospital

3. Active Shooter in Tucson (Gabby Gifford Shooting)

Vicki Began, RN, MN, Chief Executive Officer, San Carlos Apache Healthcare Corporation

4. Q and A.

3:00PM to 3:15PM Break
3:15PM to 4:45PM Tourniquet Use/Stop the Bleed Campaign

Captain Robert Scabby Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Fire Department and Officer Daniel Brown, Salt River Police Department

4:45PM to 5:00PM Evaluation and Adjournment

DAY 2 – APRIL 24, 2018

8:00AM to 9:00AM Registration and Breakfast
9:00AM to 9:15AM Welcome and Housekeeping

Dave Cramer, Chair, Arizona Tribal Health Care Coalition

9:15AM to 10:30AM Incident Command System for Small Scale Disasters

Dave Cramer, Chair, Arizona Tribal Health Care Coalition

10:30AM to 10:45AM Break
10:45AM to Noon Moderated Panel of Presenters on Diverse Scopes of Rural Disasters in Arizona

(15 Minutes Each with 15 Minutes for Q and A):

1. Snow Storm or Other Impact on Navajo Nation

Sherri Helton, Vice Chair, Arizona Tribal Health Care Coalition

2. Water Outage Impact on Hopi Tribal Nation

Vaughn Sieweumptewa, Safety Officer, Hopi Health Care Center

3. Locust Fire Impact on Whiteriver Tribal Nation

Frank Robinson, Safety Officer, Whiteriver Indian Health Services Hospitals

4. Q and A

Noon to 1:00PM Lunch and Networking
1:00PM to 2:00PM Decontamination Training and the Implication for Tribal Communities

Dave Cramer, Chair, Tribal Health Care Coalition, and Terry Nelson, Emergency Management Coordinator, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community

2:00PM to 3:00PM Working with Community Partners to Achieve Regulatory Compliance

Bob DeLeon, Emergency Operations Coordinator, Gila River Indian Community, and Kathie Dumais, Safety Officer. Environmental Safety & Emergency Mgmt. Gila River Health Care

3:00PM to 3:15PM Break
3:15PM to 4:45PM Use of Moulage (Disaster Makeup) in Exercises (Hands-On Training)

Roxanne Flynn, Military Clinical Training & Simulation Supervisor and Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator, HonorHealth

4:45PM to 5:00PM Link to the Regional Health Care Coalitions (non-duplication of effort, but need for the THCC), Evaluation and Adjournment

David Cramer, Chair, Arizona Tribal Health Care Coalition