Unveils Implementation Toolkits to Help Title V Agencies Meet National
has released new implementation
help state agencies meet the National Performance Measures (NPMs) under their
federal Title V block grants.
toolkits provide evidence-based/-informed practices, reports, publications, and
other resources that are geared toward each NPM and can be implemented at the
state, territory and community levels. The first three toolkits feature
NPMs: 1, Well Woman
Developmental Screening; and 9, Bullying. The toolkits are
structured as a series of linked infographics, so the user can navigate with
the same ease-of-use as when navigating a database with specific search
criteria. The toolkits include implementation-focused resources from
AMCHP, including AMCHP’s Innovation
Station, with contributions from state agencies and other partners
By sharing these resources, we hope to encourage other Title
V programs to share their Title V strategies and resources to improve maternal
and child health practice across the country.
Survey Seeks Info on Telework at
Title V/MCH Programs
AMCHP’s Workforce and Leadership
Development Committee (WLDC) develops strategies that will benefit how state
Title V staff carry out their daily duties. One area of interest is telework
and its effectiveness. The WLDC seeks your help in gathering information about
telework policies (and the absence of policies) in state Title V/MCH programs.
The information will be used for a fact sheet on telework policies, potential
benefits and barriers to implementation, and state examples. Your input is
needed! Tell us about the status of telework
policies in your state by completing this brief
survey by Sept. 28.