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Alt text for imageWEBINAR: Promoting Healthy Weight 2.0 Colloquium Infant Feeding, Part I Exit Disclaimer

The series focuses on the assessment, treatment, and prevention of maternal and pediatric obesity and emphasizing the Maternal and Child Heath Life Course Framework as a way to explain the interconnectedness between maternal and pediatric obesity.  One colloquium will be held each spring and fall from Spring 2014 through Spring 2018. 

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Celebrating Healthy Tomorrows 25th AnniversaryCelebrating 25 years of the Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program

This program recently celebrated 25 years of supporting innovative, community-based efforts to improve child health. To commemorate this milestone, Healthy Tomorrows created a video to tell the story of the program Exit Disclaimer from around the country. Learn about what nine HRSA-funded grantees, addressing topics on vision health, asthma, medical home, and access to care have accomplished in the program’s 25th year.


Transformation of the MCH Block Grant Part I

Click to watch video by Dr. Lu

Published on Jan 22, 2014 Michael Lu, MD, MS, MPH, associate administrator for maternal and child health, discusses the transformation of the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant in preparation for new guidance to be issued in 2015.

An update of the transformation is detailed in Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Transformation, Part II


Webinar: Introducing the MCH Measurement Research Network Exit Disclaimer

Thursday, November 20, 2014

EnRICH (Research Innovations & Challenges) Webinar Maternal Child Health Research Program

The learning objectives for this webinar are:

  • Discuss the evolution of health systems and the emergent conceptualizations of health and well-being;
  • Explore the various purposes and applications of a framework as determined by the needs of the MCH field;
  • Understand the process by which the MCH Measurement Conceptual Framework was developed and is continuing to be adapted; and
  • Examine ways in which this conceptual framework can be used to guide research, evaluation, action and innovation to inform the next generation of MCH measurement systems.

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HHS' National Partnership for Action to Host Health Equity Webinar

October 23 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT

HHS' National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities will hold the webinar "Tools to Integrate Equity into Community Health Needs Assessments," Exit Disclaimer sponsored by ASTHO, the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), and Community Action Partnership. The webinar will highlight two resources for conducting community health needs assessments with a health equity lens: the America's Health Rankings Health Disparity Tool, which helps identify populations experiencing health disparities, and NNPHI's Community Commons, which provides free access to geographic information systems data for topic areas across the domains of the social determinants of health.


Enrich Webinar: Meta-Analysis and Systematic Reviews

October 22, 2014

The learning objectives for this webinar are:

  • Discuss how systematic reviews and meta-analysis can help meet the aims of researchers and decision-makers;
  • Understand the current methods used in systematic reviews and meta-analysis; and
  • Examine methodological questions under discussion by the research community.

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The Brookings Institution presents “MEDtalk” Exit Disclaimer

September 24th, at 10:30am ET

The Brookings Institution is hosting an innovative event called a MEDtalk. As part of the “Merkin Series on Innovations in Care Delivery ,” this event is based on case study findings of care redesign and sustainability through the lens of pediatric asthma.

The event features seven brief “TED-style” talks that consider the challenges of delivering pediatric care, while tackling factors that drive suboptimal care, improving patient and family quality of life, and reducing costs. This event will feature a case that draws on the experiences of the Community Asthma Initiative, an enhanced pediatric asthma intervention and their efforts in sustainability. The agenda includes firsthand experiences from patients, payers, policymakers, and clinical leadership from Massachusetts and Arkansas. Sustainable improvement strategies and the financial mechanisms available to encourage innovations in asthma will be explored.

The 90-minute MEDTalk will take place on September 24th, at 10:30am ET. If you’re in Washington, DC, you can join us at the Brookings Institution or if you can’t attend in person, you can watch a live-stream. You can find the full agenda and register here. Exit Disclaimer In addition, journal articles and a white paper will be released following the event. If you’re interested in hearing more about this project, sign up for the newsletter here.

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Promoting Healthy Weight 2.0 Colloquium Series: Maternal Obesity

Friday, September 19, 2014 from 12:30 pm-5:00 pm EDST

The Colloquium is offered by the University of Tennessee's Public Health Nutrition Program on Friday, September 19, 2014 from 12:30 pm-5:00 pm EDST at the Howard Baker Center on the UT campus. If attending on-site, check-in at 12:30 pm EDST. If participating online, log-on by 12:45 pm EDST.

The conference begins promptly at 12:50 pm EDST.

Although there is NO COST for the colloquium, space at the Howard Baker Center in Knoxville is limited, so please register early. After you register, a confirmation email will be sent to you; so, please add utphn@utk.edu to your address book. If you will be viewing the webcast in a group setting, EACH participant should complete a separate registration form.

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REGISTER BETWEEN FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 & TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

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Approval for continuing education credits will be submitted for Registered Dietitians and Certified Health Education Specialists.

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If you would like any additional information, please contact us. Thank you, and we look forward to your participation in this colloquium! The University of Tennessee Promoting Healthy Weight 2.0 Colloquium Series


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New Grantee Orientation Webinar Archive is Now AvailableJuly 31, 2014 1:00 – 2:00 PM Eastern

The Division of MCH Workforce Development (DMCHWD) invites you to join us for a New Grantee Orientation webinar. The webinar is targeted to new DMCHWD grantees and any new Training program staff; however, all current grantees, faculty and staff are welcome to participate.

This webinar will provide the following information:

  • Overview of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) strategic priorities
  • Overview of DMCHWD within the context of HRSA and MCHB
  • Description of the current DMCHWD investments
  • Review of reporting requirements and key deadlines for DMCHWD grantees
  • Key cross-cutting resources
  • An opportunity for targeted Q&A with DMCHWD staff

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Lessons Learned from Open Enrollment: How MCHB Grantees Are Supporting Families Exit Disclaimer

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 1:00-2:00 PM Eastern

Please join the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), Health Resources and Services Administration on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 1:00-2:00 PM Eastern, for a webcast to learn about MCHB grantees’ experiences in implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Speakers will present maternal and child health population enrollment data from the first open enrollment period and highlight the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN) New Jersey and SHIELDS for Families’ efforts to educate and support families to access and understand the value of health insurance. Successes and challenges will also be described.

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WEBINAR: Why Gender Stereotypes are Bad for Adolescent Health: New Research Insights to Improve Programs & Care for Teens

Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Join us online OR in person at BU School of Public Health (see flyer) If you work with or plan programs for TEENS, you will not want to miss this webinar! Boston University and Harvard University Schools of Public Health jointly present this webinar open to all who work with adolescents. Dr. Bryn Austin of the Harvard School of Public Health, is renowned for her research on aspects of adolescent health, including eating disorders and gender expression, often misunderstood or neglected in public health and medicine. In this webinar she will present research findings on gender expression among teens and the pitfalls of gender stereotyping for their health and wellness. Professor Sophie Godley of Boston University School of Public Health, a longtime expert and practitioner of adolescent sexuality and health, will discuss how the research can and must inform our design of programs and policies for adolescents.

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Inequality Begins at Birth: Child Poverty in America Exit Disclaimer

Conference and Webcast from Washington DC
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM EST

The Century Foundation, the Roosevelt Institute and the Academic Pediatric Association would like to invite you to join us for a day-long meeting in Washington on 10 June, where we will explore the impact of poverty on children and families, and discuss possible solutions with colleagues from a wide variety of disciplines and policy backgrounds. No charge for admission, but you need to register to assure a slot. There will be a live webcast of the event.

For more information about the conference, please click here.

Please RSVP to attend the conference or webcast.


A Webinar from AUCD’s Early Intervention / Early Childhood (EIEC) Special Interest Group
Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive!

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Webinar Description:

Recognizing the importance of early identification and screening, the Administration for Children and Families, Administration for Community Living, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare, Health Resources and Services Administration, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at the Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Office of Special Education Programs at the Department of Education partnered to launch Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive!, a coordinated interagency effort to encourage developmental and behavioral screening and support for children, families, and the providers who care for them.

Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! was launched to the public on March 27, 2014 with release of a compendium of research-based screening tools, “User’s Guides” for multiple audiences, an electronic package of resources for follow-up and support, and a Screening Passport for Families for keeping track of screenings, results, and follow up steps, as well as coordinate information with multiple providers to support interventions and services.

During this webinar, representatives from the EC/EI SIG will provide a general overview of current early childhood developmental and behavioral screening efforts. Then federal agency representatives will provide a brief overview on Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! The remainder of the time will be an interactive discussion with the federal representatives on how to further integrate comprehensive screening into community systems and the role of medical home in screening efforts.

Please Note: This webinar will be archived following the event on AUCD’s WEBINAR LIBRARY


Autism’s Powerful Affinities: Prison or Pathway?

WHEN: Thursday April 24, 2013 4:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern Time
SPEAKER
: Ron Suskind
WHERE: Lipsett Amphitheater, Building 10 (Clinical Center), NIH Main Campus
BOOK SIGNING: 3-3:30 PM, FAES Bookstore, Building 10 (Clinical Center), NIH Main Campus
VIDEOCAST: http://videocast.nih.gov

The National Institute of Mental Health and Office of Autism Research Coordination are pleased to invite you to attend a special lecture to recognize National Autism Awareness Month.  In his talk, Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author Ron Suskind will discuss his family’s 20 years of experimentation with his autistic son’s powerful affinity for animated movies, mostly from Disney, as a tool to open new pathways of communication and social connection.  Based on his experience, he poses provocative questions about how the features of autism might be turned from challenges into strengths to help those on the spectrum achieve their full potential. 

For more information please visit the website.


Public Health Grand RoundsCDC’s Public Health Grand Rounds Presents:
Autism Spectrum Disorder: From Numbers to Know-How

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Global Communications Center (Building 19)
Alexander D. Langmuir Auditorium, Roybal Campus

Presented By:

  • Julie Daniels, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Maternal and Child Health,
    Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    “Autism Etiology – What We Know and How to Learn More”
  • Jon Baio, EdS, Epidemiologist
    National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, CDC
    “Surveillance for Autism Spectrum Disorder: Key Findings and Trends”
  • Susan L. Hyman, MD, Division Chief, Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics,
    Professor of Pediatrics, University of Rochester Medical Center
    “Early Identification and Screening”
  • Samuel L. Odom, PhD, Director, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute,
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    “Evidence-based Intervention for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder”

Facilitated By:

  • John Iskander, MD, MPH, Scientific Director, Public Health Grand Rounds
    Phoebe Thorpe, MD, MPH, Deputy Scientific Director, Public Health Grand Rounds
    Susan Laird, MSN, RN, Communications Manager, Public Health Grand Rounds

For CDC staff unable to attend the event: The session will be available on IPTV and Envision. To join by Envision, reserve a conference room and make the Envision request or use your local room scheduling process to schedule Envision.

For non-CDC staff or those outside the CDC firewall: A live external webcast will be available. Presentations are archived and posted 48 hours after each session. Due to security measures at CDC’s Roybal campus, non-CDC staff who wish to attend these sessions in person must have prior clearance and a U.S. state-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, U.S. passport).

Names of non-CDC staff (both domestic and international) should be submitted to the Grand Rounds Team. Please note that all information for international visitors must be submitted at least 10 days in advance.

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2014 CAAI Webinar logoCombating Autism Act Initiative (CAAI) Training and State Health Systems Programs: What is happening in Maryland?

Thursday, April 17th, 2014
1:00pm-2:00pm Eastern Time 

Speakers:  

  • Dr. Bruce Shapiro, Kennedy Krieger Institute
  • Josie Thomas, The Parents’ Place of Maryland
  • Meredith Pyle, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 

To Join the Webinar:

To Join the Webinar click here

US (Toll Free): 1-800-689-9374
Participant code: 645016

If you have any questions about the above activities, please contact CDR Deidre Washington-Jones at 301-443-6844 or dwashington-jones@hrsa.gov


2014 CAAI Webinar logo2014 CAAI Webinar: Autism Spectrum Disorder and Transition

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 3:00pm-4:30pm Eastern Time  

Webinar Description:    

This webinar will begin with a presentation from Got Transition staff who will speak broadly about transition and an upcoming Federal transition plan, followed by CAAI grantee presentations on research, training, state-specific successes and best practices for advancing transition for individuals on the autism spectrum.  

Speakers:  

  • Margaret McManus, Co-Director of Got Transition
  • Cecily Betz, Research Director, Director of Nursing Training, Children's Hospital Los Angeles 
  • Karen Kuhlthau, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School 
  • Marji Erickson Warfield, Director and Senior Scientist, The Nathan and Toby Starr Center on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University 
  • Diana Autin, Executive Co-Director for Health and Family Support of the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network    

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Reducing Disparities for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Date: May 20, 2014
Disparities in accessing diagnostic and treatment services, access to care based on location, and racial and cultural differences in outcomes exist in our health care service systems. This webinar will focus on CAAI grantees' work in reducing some of these disparities for individuals on the autism spectrum. Date and presenters are being confirmed and will be announced soon. Click for more information Exit Disclaimer


Webinar: A Practical Playbook: Public Health & Primary Care Together—The Role of Epidemiologists

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

The need for collaboration between primary care and public health is widely recognized, but these sectors don’t have a lot of experience working together. To address this, the de Beaumont Foundation, Duke Community and Family Medicine, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have developed a new tool – A Practical Playbook: Public Health & Primary Care Together. The Practical Playbook is a free, web-based tool designed to facilitate public health and primary care integration by offering a variety of resources for primary care providers and public health officials.

For more information, including the archived webinar, click here.

Photo of the presenter, Dr. KramerMore than pretty pictures: From GIS to Spatial Analysis in MCH Webinar Exit Disclaimer

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern Time

EnRICH (Research Innovations & Challenges) Webinar Maternal Child Health Research Program

The learning objectives for this webinar are:

  • Briefly introduce several broad applications of GIS and spatial analysis in MCH research and surveillance
  • Develop a conceptual understanding of what ‘space’ means in MCH research
  • Link this conceptual understanding with several statistical approaches to the analysis of spatially referenced data  

The presenter for this webinar is:

Dr. Michael Kramer, an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, where he teaches maternal and child health epidemiology and methods in social epidemiology. His research interests are largely centered at the intersection of perinatal and early childhood outcomes, social determinants of health, and spatial analysis, including work on residential economic and racial segregation and preterm birth, and neighborhood deprivation and early academic readiness.

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Developing Alabama's System of Services and Resources for Children With Autism: Lessons Learned and Taught Exit Disclaimer

Wednesday, May 7, 2014; 12:00-1:30 p.m. (Central Time).
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Linked by Life Webinar: “Wisconsin: Turning the Ship Towards Implementing Life Course Theory, Social Determinants of Health and Preconception Care

May 6, 2014 from
2:00 - 3:30pm EST

Description:  

The webinar will illustrate how the Wisconsin Department of Health Services adopted and executed life course theory to expand preconception care throughout the state, connect MCH and early childhood modes of care while addressing the social determinants of health. Speakers will also reveal how they combined the assets of their MCH and chronic disease divisions to improve overall women’s health. The presenters will communicate why other local and state health departments should adopt this strategic intent in order to reduce racial disparities in birth outcomes by becoming a MCH Life Course Organization.


2014 CAAI Webinar logo2014 CAAI Webinar: Autism Spectrum Disorder and Transition

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 3:00pm-4:30pm Eastern Time  

Webinar Description:    

This webinar will begin with a presentation from Got Transition staff who will speak broadly about transition and an upcoming Federal transition plan, followed by CAAI grantee presentations on research, training, state-specific successes and best practices for advancing transition for individuals on the autism spectrum.  

Speakers:  

  • Margaret McManus, Co-Director of Got Transition
  • Cecily Betz, Research Director, Director of Nursing Training, Children's Hospital Los Angeles 
  • Karen Kuhlthau, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School 
  • Marji Erickson Warfield, Director and Senior Scientist, The Nathan and Toby Starr Center on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University 
  • Diana Autin, Executive Co-Director for Health and Family Support of the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network    


Autism’s Powerful Affinities: Prison or Pathway?

WHEN: Thursday April 24, 2013 4:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern Time
SPEAKER
: Ron Suskind
WHERE: Lipsett Amphitheater, Building 10 (Clinical Center), NIH Main Campus
BOOK SIGNING: 3-3:30 PM, FAES Bookstore, Building 10 (Clinical Center), NIH Main Campus
VIDEOCAST: http://videocast.nih.gov

The National Institute of Mental Health and Office of Autism Research Coordination are pleased to invite you to attend a special lecture to recognize National Autism Awareness Month.  In his talk, Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author Ron Suskind will discuss his family’s 20 years of experimentation with his autistic son’s powerful affinity for animated movies, mostly from Disney, as a tool to open new pathways of communication and social connection.  Based on his experience, he poses provocative questions about how the features of autism might be turned from challenges into strengths to help those on the spectrum achieve their full potential. 

For more information please visit the website.


Starting and Supporting Family Advisory Groups: A “How-To” Webinar

DATE: April 24, 11 am – noon CDT

Join the National Center for Medical Home Implementation for the last installment of a free 3-part webinar series focusing on the promotion of partnership and teamwork in pediatric medical homes. This webinar will provide a detailed “How-To” description of starting and supporting family advisory groups, examples of best practices, and insights from parent partners. Register here.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder and Transition Exit Disclaimer

April 30th, 3-4:30 pm ET
This webinar will begin with a presentation from Got Transition staff who will speak broadly about transition and an upcoming Federal transition plan, followed by CAAI grantee presentations on research, training, state-specific successes and best practices for advancing transition for individuals on the autism spectrum. Presenters and registration will be available soon. Click for more information Exit Disclaimer


National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Autism Awareness Month Special Lecture – Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, Ron Suskind – “Autism’s Powerful Affinities – Prison or Pathway?” Exit Disclaimer

Thursday, April 24, 4 PM ET


National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Virtual Forum: Autism and the Environment Exit Disclaimer

Tuesday April 22, 2014, 2-3 PM ET


2014 CAAI Webinar logoCombating Autism Act Initiative (CAAI) Training and State Health Systems Programs: What is happening in Maryland?

Thursday, April 17th, 2014
1:00pm-2:00pm Eastern Time 

Speakers:  

  • Dr. Bruce Shapiro, Kennedy Krieger Institute
  • Josie Thomas, The Parents’ Place of Maryland
  • Meredith Pyle, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 

To Join the Webinar:

To Join the Webinar click here

US (Toll Free): 1-800-689-9374
Participant code: 645016

If you have any questions about the above activities, please contact CDR Deidre Washington-Jones at 301-443-6844


Building Capacity To Reduce Bullying And Its Impact On Youth Across The Lifecourse: A Workshop

When: April 9, 2014 - April 10, 2014 (8:30 AM Eastern)

Where: National Academy of Sciences Building (NAS Lecture Room) 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20418

At the request of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the National Research Council (NRC) will hold a two-day workshop that will feature expert presentations and discussion to highlight current research on bullying prevention as well as lessons learned from related areas of research and practice.

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MCH Virtual Town Hall webinarIntroduction to the National Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Workforce Development Center Exit Disclaimer

This webinar is an opportunity for all Division of MCH Workforce Development (DMCHWD) programs to learn more about the new MCH Workforce Development Center and engage in dialogue around how MCH Training Programs can collaborate with the Center.

The purpose of the MCH Workforce Development Center is to provide training, collaborative learning, coaching, and consultation to Title V leaders and staff in four core areas around implementation of health reform: access to care, quality improvement, systems integration and population health management (change management).

Dr. Dorothy Cilenti, Director of the MCH Workforce Development Center, will provide an overview of the Center’s purpose and activities to date. DMCHWD staff will moderate a dialogue on opportunities for collaboration following the presentation.

DMCHWD Contact:
Michelle Menser Tissue, MPH
Project Officer, Division of MCH Workforce Development
Maternal and Child Health Bureau

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Communities Creating Healthy, Active Environments

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Communities across the nation are implementing projects that improve people’s ability be more physically active in their neighborhoods. This webinar will share lessons learned from different communities that increased opportunities for both children and adults to walk, bike, exercise and play through policy and environmental changes. The webinar will also provide evidence on how having access to parks, open space, trails, and other venues for physical activity is related to better health. Representatives from two different communities will share their stories, including successes in underserved neighborhoods to improve safety, aesthetics, and access to places to be active.

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MCH Virtual Town Hall webinarMCH 3.0 Virtual Town Hall Exit Disclaimer

The multimedia archive of the MCH 3.0 Virtual Town Hall for the Division of MCH Workforce Development Programs that took place on Thursday, January 9, 2014  is now available!


Ready, Set, Go: ACA Basics and Outreach & Education Opportunities Webcast

Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET

Please join the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration for a webcast focusing on the historic coverage expansions in January 2014 under the Affordable Care Act. The session will include a brief overview of the two major pathways to health care coverage for maternal and child populations. Then the webinar will look at strategies and resources so you can help educate others about the new insurance options open to them for enrollment. Information on the different types of consumer assistance available will be shared and there will be time for questions and answers as well.

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New Grantee Orientation

An orientation for new grantees of the Division of MCH Workforce Development was held September 19th, 2013. If you missed it, or would like to view it again, the webinar archive is now availabe.  Exit Disclaimer


Performance Measurement Technical Assistance Series

Part 1: July 16, 2013 Archived Webinar Part 1 Exit Disclaimer
Part 2: July 24, 2013 Archived Webinar Part 2 Exit Disclaimer

The Division of MCH Workforce Development (DMCHWD) is launching a technical assistance (TA) webinar series for MCH Training Program Directors and Data Coordinators aimed at:

  • Emphasizing the importance of performance report data in demonstrating program impact
  • Communicating how performance measure data is used by DMCHWD staff
  • Providing consistent TA across DMCHWD Programs for upcoming performance report submission
  • Providing an opportunity for targeted Q&A with DMCHWD staff

2013 Trainee Engagement Webinar Series

View the Archived Webinar: 2013 Trainee Engagement Webinar  Exit Disclaimer (Recorded March 28, 2013)

The Division of MCH Workforce Development is initiating a new Trainee Webinar series aimed at providing current and recent MCH Training Program trainees with networking and professional development opportunities. This inaugural webinar will focus on trainee mentoring experiences and explore trainee perspectives on the following topics:

  • How trainees connected with a mentor
  • Benefits of the mentoring relationship
  • Lessons learned (considerations for trainees seeking a mentor and for training programs connecting trainees with a mentor)

The moderator for this webinar is: Michelle Menser Tissue, MPH Public Health Analyst Division of MCH Workforce Development


Additional Archived Webinars

 

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