AMCHP 2019: Annual Conference Sessions Announced
The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs released the schedule of workshops and skills-building sessions at the AMCHP 2019 Annual Conference, to be held March 9-12 in San Antonio, Texas.
More than 800 maternal and child health leaders, researchers, and advocates will gather at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter to share practices, data, and ideas, building around the conference theme, "Investments in MCH: Strengthening Families and the MCH Workforce."
Click on Full Schedule to view sessions by track, course name, date, title, speaker, or keyword. Register by Feb. 8 to receive an early bird rate. Learn more.
Apply for Graduate Student Scholarship
AMCHP has again partnered with Go Beyond to offer a graduate student scholarship. The scholarship is designed to assist one graduate student in furthering their education and sponsor their attendance at the upcoming AMCHP Annual Conference to hone their leadership skills and connect them with existing leaders within MCH. Learn more and apply.
Become a Certified One Key Question Provider to Support Women's Reproductive Wellbeing
Are you implementing or considering implementing One Key Question (OKQ) to support your clients' reproductive well-being? Would you like to train others in using OKQ? Good news: Power to Decide wants to offer OKQ certification training at AMCHP's 2019 Annual Conference! Are you interested?
OKQ supports your clients' power to decide by helping to transform their health care experiences. It starts with a simple question to begin a conversation about preconception and/or contraception care. This approach works because it is rooted in clients' needs, preferences, and desires; it equally supports clients who want to become pregnant, those who do not, and those in between. That's why OKQ has been implemented in myriad programs throughout the country, including home visiting; family planning; the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children; STI clinics; and federally qualified health centers.
The one-day training costs $350 and provides two-year certification to implement OKQ and makes you eligible for a training of trainers instruction in the future. You do not have to be a clinician to participate. To help Power to Decide and AMCHP gauge interest in OKQ certification training, please complete this survey by Dec. 21.
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