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MCH ALERT:
Leveraging Learning to Leadership

October 2016
The MCH Navigator is pleased to share new online learning opportunities, resources from the field, and the latest in health transformation. Check out below for highlights and visit our website for a full list of new trainings.

We're happy to announce that the 5-Minute MCH program is now relaunched as an enduring resource on the website. From here, you can learn more about the program, access extensive learning materials on each competency, including introductory material, additional learning opportunities, implementation strategies, and our summary webinars with experts from the field.

In other microlearning news, stay tuned for our new program, Public Health Pronto, launching in January! For those of you who liked the fast-paced format of 5-Minute MCH, this program takes a similar approach to the Core Public Health Competencies and topics of Health Transformation.

These vetted trainings address the MCH Leadership Competencies.

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

What's New at NCEMCH

New Training Resource. The MCH Navigator has developed the MCH-Medicaid Coordination Training Brief that aggregates learning opportunities and materials that explain how each program works, how they can work together, and how to craft an effective interagency agreement (IAA) between programs. Also check out NCEMCH's MCH-Medicaid Toolkit with new IAAs from all the states and model IAAs to use in developing new agreements.

Focus on Health Transformation

Online Course Available:
Applied Methods for Health Transformation Implementation in MCH​

Are you ready to contribute to state or national health transformation?  Would you like to elevate your implementation skills and leadership capacity?  The National MCH Workforce Development Center is offering a unique online course exploring the art and science of health reform implementation.  Beginning in January 2017, the course is open to graduate students  and MCH professionals interested in lifelong learning.​

Back by popular demand, MHCH 745 is designed to integrate the theory, research literature, and evidence-supported practices that promote optimal population health outcomes in maternal and child health.  The course will allow participants to examine and apply knowledge and skills in the following areas:
  • The Affordable Care Act
  • MCH Financing
  • Evidence-Based Practice & Applied Implementation
  • Leadership
  • Systems Integration
  • Sustainability
There are no course prerequisites. Learning is asynchronous, with weekly modules and an opportunity to connect with an online MCH community of practice. Participants may choose to earn 1 or 3 academic graduate credits or a certificate of completion.  

For more information, visit http://mchwdc.unc.edu/ or contact Rebecca Greenleaf (rebecca_greenleaf@unc.edu). 

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and Georgetown University.

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