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    Subscriptions information for several MCH Training mailing lists.
  • MCHB Regional Staff
    A Listing of regional staff with contact information.
  • MCH Navigator   Exit Disclaimer
    The MCH Navigator, a cooperative agreement with Georgetown University, is a learning portal for maternal and child health professionals, students, and others working to improve the health and well being of women, children, and families.
  • MCH Leadership Competencies 
    Learn about the MCH Leadership Competencies
  • Reporting Requirements
    As a current MCHB grantee you have Annual Grant Reporting requirements that help us to stay informed about your project.
  • Healthy Tomorrows
    As part of the Division, the Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children grant program promotes the development and advancement of healthy communities through partnerships with organizations that work to change conditions in the community and environment to improve health
  • Life Course in MCH
    The life course approach to conceptualizing health care needs and services evolved from research documenting the important role early life events play in shaping an individual’s health trajectory. The interplay of risk and protective factors, such as socioeconomic status, toxic environmental exposures, health behaviors, stress, and nutrition, influence health throughout one’s lifetime.
  • Transformation of the MCH Block Grant Exit Disclaimer
    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.
    Part I Exit Disclaimer and Part 2  Exit Disclaimer


Links to video by Dr. Lu
Dr. Lu discusses Transformation of
the MCH Block Grant, Part 1



Links to video by Dr. Lu
Dr. Lu discusses Transformation of
the MCH Block Grant, Part 2



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