Founded in 2014, the National Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development Center helps MCH Title V leaders and their partners tackle complex challenges through training, collaborative learning, coaching, and consultation. Funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the Center is housed in the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Learn more about us.
Are you interested in building workforce capacity in systems thinking, adaptive leadership, evidence-based decision making, equity, and engagement? Would you like support for a team of your Title V colleagues and partners working to address a health transformation challenge in your state?…
The National MCH Workforce Development Center newsletter for July 2023 features a call for letters of interest to our 2024 Learning Journey, a new MCHwork module on partnering with community-based organizations, and a request for applications for AMCHP’s Leadership Lab. Click here…
The Center’s June 2023 newsletter features an update on where interns with the Title V MCH Internship Program have been placed this summer, a roundup of the Center at AMCHP 2023, an overview of the Center’s systems work with Minnesota during our…
Our Partners are Saying
We can make a big difference for our Title V partners
Everything that has been offered has been wonderful. As the MCH Workforce Development Office in Mississippi grows and expands, we will be using the various tools in meetings with other departments, providing support to them, offering to train them in the use of the tools, and grow with staff capacity.
Learning Journey ParticipantMississippi State Department of Health
The team that has formed thanks to the TA with the WDC has become a leadership tool to advance family engagement and equity in OR Title V programs
Learning Journey ParticipantOregon Health Authority Public Health Division
I loved how our coach guided us and provided feedback only when we needed it or when we were unsure how to proceed to the next step. Otherwise, she allowed us to plan and find our own way and make our own decisions. Instead of directing efforts, she was simply a mutual, equal member of our team.