Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
Area Health Education Center
The Nebraska Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Program works statewide through regional centers to connect students to health careers, health professionals to communities, and communities to better health. AHECs are created to aid health career training programs and communities in recruiting and training health care professionals to serve in rural and underserved areas, in order to meet the state’s health and health workforce needs.
Established in 2019 and housed in the University of Nebraska at Omaha Health Careers Resource Center, the Omaha AHEC--Nebraska’s only urban AHEC--works with folks at every stage of training in healthcare professions, from high school, college, and professional students to professionals currently working in healthcare.
Check out our newsletters below for any recent updates and events.
Check out our past Omaha AHEC newsletters below:
|Issue 001||January-March 2020|
|Issue 002||April-June 2020|
|Issue 003||July- September 2020|
|Issue 004||October-December 2020|
|Issue 005||Coming January 1, 2021|
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Opioid Use Disorder Training Modules
COVID-19 Community Omaha AHEC & AHA Conversation Webinar
The Omaha AHEC and American Heart Association hosted a COVID-19 Community Conversation Webinar on April 20th (English) and April 21st (Spanish). Speakers included Armando De Alba Rosales, MD, MPH from UNMC's College of Public Health, Maya Saenz from KMTY 3 News Now and Malka Sierra from the American Heart Association. For those of you were unable to join us and are interested in viewing this webinar, please click the links below to fill out a registration form for links to the webinar.