Now Accepting Submissions to AMCHP's Innovation Station
Do you have an effective or innovative MCH practice you'd like to share and include in AMCHP's Innovation Station? AMCHP is accepting submissions for its spring best practices review. Submit your practice by completing the online or Word version of the submission form by April 5. For additional resources to help you submit your practice, visit the Best Practices page or contact Lynda Krisowaty (email@example.com).
Replication Project RFA Now Open
Would you like the opportunity to replicate an effective practice in AMCHP's Innovation Station? Consider applying for the Best Practices Technical Assistance Replication Project. Every year, AMCHP grants up to three technical assistance awards of $10,000 each for states and territories to replicate or adapt an existing emerging, promising, or best practice in Innovation Station. The Request for Applications can be accessed here. All applications are due to Lynda Krisowaty (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 11:59 p.m. ET on April 5. To learn more about the potential benefits of participating, watch this video, in which two previous recipients share their experiences.
New Practices in AMCHP's Innovation Station
AMCHP is pleased to announce that new practices have been added to the Innovation Station Database following a recent review held by the Best Practices Committee:
- Adolescent-Centered Environmental Assessment Process: The goal of the ACE-AP is to improve services for adolescent patients at clinical practices across the country. The ACE-AP is a facilitated, comprehensive self-assessment tool and improvement process that includes customized resources, recommendations, technical assistance, and implementation plans using Plan, Do, Study, Act improvement cycles.
- Youth Advisory Council: The council pursues improved health outcomes for children and youth with special health care needs (ages 14-24). It brings together youth and young adults who advise and collaborate with the Rhode Island Department of Health's Health Equity Institute on activities and resources that affect the health, wellness, and transition of youth in that state.
- Adolescent Champion Model: The Adolescent Champion Model strives to improve services for adolescent patients at clinical practices across the country. The model brings together youth-serving clinical providers in a community of practice to execute practice improvement through Plan, Do, Study, Act cycles over an 18-month intervention.
To learn more about AMCHP's Best Practices, visit the Best Practices page.