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Judith M. Muller

Coordinator

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

HQ Phone:  (907) 729-1900

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Email: j***@***.org

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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

4000 Ambassador Drive

Anchorage, Alaska,99508

United States

Company Description

ANTHC was created in December 1997 to manage state wide health services for Alaska Native people. All Alaska Natives, through their tribal governments and through their regional non profit organisations, own the Consortium. An EPM (plus) company based in Ancho...more

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Organizers | www.palliativeak.org

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Judith Muller
Judith Muller, MHA, MEcon, is the Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan Coordinator at ANTHC. Her background is in nonprofit management and for over 15 years she served as the Executive Director of an organization providing health education and medical screenings throughout Alaska. She chairs the colorectal committee, a collaborative committee of the State of Alaska Comprehensive Cancer Plan and the Alaska Tribal Health System Comprehensive Cancer Plan. Ms. Muller is a cancer survivor and appreciates the opportunity to work with others to reduce the burden of cancer in Alaska. Judith Muller, MHA, MEcon Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium


CDC 2016 Cancer Summit REPORTS - Looking Back and Looking Ahead: Collaborating to Advance Cancer Control in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities | CCC National Partners

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A study on the effects of this effort found that Nolan the Colon significantly increases knowledge of colorectal cancer screening, intention to screen and comfort talking about screening with friends and family (Redwood, Provost, Asay, Ferguson, & Muller, 2013).
Judith Muller, MHA of Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and DeAnna Finifrock, MSN, PHN of the Fond Du Lac Reservation Cancer Program moderated the discussion. Redwood, D., Provost, E., Asay, E., Ferguson, J, & Muller, J. (2013). Judith Muller - Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium


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A study on the effects of this effort found that Nolan the Colon significantly increases knowledge of colorectal cancer screening, intention to screen and comfort talking about screening with friends and family (Redwood, Provost, Asay, Ferguson, & Muller, 2013).
Judith Muller, MHA of Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and DeAnna Finifrock, MSN, PHN of the Fond Du Lac Reservation Cancer Program moderated the discussion. Redwood, D., Provost, E., Asay, E., Ferguson, J, & Muller, J. (2013). Judith Muller - Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium


www.seniorvoicealaska.com

By Judith Muller
Judith Muller is the Cancer Plan Coordinator for the Division of Community Health Services, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.


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A popular teaching aid that has traveled around the state, Nolan the Colon will be accompanied to Saturday's fair by Judith Muller of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium in Anchorage.
Nolan's travel is being paid for with the help of a cancer education grant Fries received. Muller will have additional educational items; Fries and Dr. Todd Boling will be available to answer questions and provide a computerized cancer risk profiling for anyone interested in knowing their risk in developing colon cancer.


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