Alaska Native Epidemiology Center

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Alaska Native Population Data Conference

The Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (EpiCenter) sponsors the Alaska Native Population Data Conference, held every four years.

 

2020 Alaska Native Population Data Conference


Presentations

Neal Fried, Economist, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
David Howell, State Demographer, Alaska
David Howell, State Demographer, Alaska
Diana Roberts, Health Statistician, Division of Planning, Evaluation, and Health Statistics, AANHS
Liz Brooks, Research Analyst/Alaska Data Center Lead, Alaska
Marc Perry, Senior Demographer, Population Division, US Census Bureau
Matt Berman, PhD, Prof. of Economics – Institute for Social and Economic Research, UAA

 

 

2016 Alaska Native Population Data Conference


Presentations

Alyssa Rodrigues, Economist, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Eddie Hunsinger, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Diana Roberts, Alaska Area Native Health Service
Evan Moffett, Geographic Operations, U.S. Census Bureau
Jeff Sisson, American Community Survey Office, U.S. Census Bureaun
Matthew Berman, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage
Charles J. Utermohle, Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, State of Alaska

 

 

2012 Alaska Native Population Data Conference


Presentations

Neal Fried, Economist, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Employment trends and industry earnings in the State of Alaska as it relates to public and private healthcare.
Eddie Hunsinger, State Demographer, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Historic and current trends of Alaska Native Population Growth throughout the State of Alaska. Indices dicussed include race, gender, and age.
David Howell, State Demographer, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Projected future population by age and sex for Alaska Natives, based on recent fertility, mortality, and migration rates.
Bonnie Boedeker, Division of Planning, Evaluation, and Health Statistics, Alaska Area Native Health Service
American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) status is identified as by IHS and population statistics compared between IHS and Census user populations.
Linda Clark, Data Dissemination Specialist, Los Angeles Region, US Census Bureau
2010 US Census explained: includes topics such as census data uses, distribution of federal funds, and results.
Michael Burns, Deputy Regional Director, Seattle Region, US Census Bureau
Tracking AIAN's demographic and housing trends using the Census and how Census data are collected throughout Alaska.
Eddie Hunsinger, State Demographer, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Population infomation specifically addressing in- and out-migration trends in Alaska using Census and PFD data.

 

 

2008 Alaska Native Population Data Conference


Presentations

Neal Fried, Economist, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Greg Williams, Alaska State Demographer
Eddie Hunsinger, Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
U.S. Census Bureau
U.S. Census Bureau, Seattle Region

 

 

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