Tools for Measuring How We Work Together
Do you need active collaboration to achieve your maternal and child health goals? Join AMCHP for this webinar about using the Wilder Collaboration Factors Inventory. This session will demonstrate how this innovative assessment tool can clarify strengths and opportunities for improving your partnerships. Experts share experiences and examples from their work with MCH teams using this free tool; participants can practice and share ideas about how to use insights from this session.
Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs
Jan. 14, 2-3 p.m. ET
Enabling Change: Improving Readiness and Implementation Capacity for New Family Engagement Practice
Preparing for effective implementation of a practice is a key step that is often under-addressed or skipped altogether. Of the four Active Implementation Stages, Installation can be one of the more challenging. During this stage, public health professionals establish the necessary infrastructure to support a new program or practice. Key activities include preparing staff for new practices, adapting policy and data systems, and engaging the wider stakeholder community. This session will feature relevant resources for MCH audiences as well as examples of good installation practices within the context of family engagement projects shared by Wisconsin and Washington.
National MCH Workforce Development Center and AMCHP
Jan. 18, 2-3:30 p.m. ET
Join Needs Assessment Technical Assistance Activities
View a schedule of events that will be supported by AMCHP, HRSA's Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and partners at the MCH Workforce Development Center.