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? Join the National MCH Workforce Development Center for an engaging and interactive Learning […]
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 to read the newsletter.
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 first cohort, and more. Read more here!
In 2014, Title V leaders from Minnesota aspired to improve the lives of children and youth with special healthcare needs (CYSCHN) and their families by improving access to quality care. While exploring options to begin this work, Minnesota connected with the National Maternal and Child Health Workforce Development Center (Center) through the Cohort program (now […]
The Center’s May 2023 newsletter features an update on AMCHP 2023 sessions presented by the Center, a feature on the MCHwork micro-learning series created in partnership with the MCH Navigator, and an update on the summer interns from the Title V MCH Internship Program. Read more here.
Multiple members of the National MCH Workforce Development Center are scheduled to present at the AMCHP 2023 Conference on May 6-9 in New Orleans, LA. For more information about the schedule and the conference, please visit the AMCHP 2023 conference homepage. Practical Tools for Advancing Equity (SK1) Amy Mullenix, Oscar Fleming, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, Steve […]
In March 2023, Rebecca Greenleaf and Leslie deRosset from the National MCH Workforce Development Center (Center), in collaboration with Marcus Allen and Cynthia deSa from the VA Department of Health, were honored to present “Academic-Practice Partnerships: Working Together to Enhance Opportunities for Collaboration between Academic Centers and Title V Maternal and Child Health Programs,” moderated […]
During the 2022 Learning Journey and Cohort experience, teams from Alabama, Massachusetts, Texas, and West Virginia continued existing work and laid the foundations needed to create a sustainable population health approach in the years to come. Specifically, the journey aimed to help teams:• Grow their capacity as a Title V program to develop and implement […]
Former Center member and Equity Core co-founder Emilee Coulter-Thompson, DrPH, LMSW, has published “Health Care Bias and Discrimination Experienced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Parents of Children With Developmental Disabilities: A Qualitative Inquiry in the United States” which examines the impact of health care bias and discrimination on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and […]
This workbook was developed as a resource for Title V teams to engage with the people they serve. It was written by Becky Burns, reviewed and edited by the members of the Engagement and Equity Core of the National MCH Workforce Development Center as well as many other professionals throughout Title V who volunteered their […]
A special issue of the Maternal and Child Health Journal edited in part by members of the National MCH Workforce Development Center and published with support from HRSA, is devoted to “Developing and Strengthening the Current and Future MCH Public Health Workforce: Building Capacity, Aligning Systems and Addressing Emerging Challenges.” The issue covers a wide […]