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Leveraging Learning to Leadership

January 2017

The MCH Navigator is excited to announce our newest microlearning project - Public Health Pronto! Launched earlier this month, Public Health Pronto builds on the success of the 5-Minute MCH program, and addresses the Core Public Health Competencies and Health Transformation cores (in collaboration with the National MCH Workforce Development Center). Using an easy-to-follow modular format, Public Health Pronto places key public health concepts into alignment with MCH priorities.  Register today!

These vetted learning opportunities address the MCH Leadership Competencies.

These resources have been gathered in NCEMCH's Knowledge Base:

Focus on Health Transformation

The National MCH Workforce Development Center is pleased to welcome eight states to our 2017 cohort, working on a wide variety of challenges, from statewide developmental screening to the integration of behavioral health into primary care practices. The eight states include Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Montana, North Carolina, New Jersey, Maryland and Kansas. The Center will also be supporting additional states this year with personalized workforce development plans in support of their goals. States receiving customized training include New York, Washington and Kentucky. To learn more about the Center’s offerings, go to The MCH Navigator now houses all the Center’s online training resources. Check it out!

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