The AMCHP Resource Library

 

The AMCHP Resource Library is your place to find resources covering all aspects of maternal and child health across all of our formats: infographics, toolkits, archived webinars, publications (including reports, fact sheets, and issue briefs), learning modules, videos and other multimedia. All materials in the library were produced by AMCHP (including materials created with partners).

Searching is easy: Use the search box if you’d like to filter by keyword. All drop-down categories are optional; the more filters you use, the more specific your query.

 

 

Leading in Changing Times Series: PART 1334312/14/2018 9:04:29 PMhttp://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseWebinarThe first conversation of this series was held on Wednesday, September 18th at 3:15 pm ET titled Great Leaders are Great Decision-Makers: The Importance of Decisiveness. Karen Trierweiler, Director, Programs and Services, Prevention Services for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment provided an overview of the key concept, leadership and decision-making, followed by her personal experience in establishing priorities to commit to a course of action in her state. After viewing this event, participants will be able to: - Explore the elements of decision making in public health leadership theory. - Understand the benefits of having a defined approach to prioritizing among many concerns and issues. - Learn concrete strategies and examples that they can use to prioritize maternal and child health efforts in their state. <a href="http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/p3xh1dyyi6a/" target="_blank">PART 1 - Leading in Changing Times Series</a>Workforce
Leading in Changing Times Series - PART 2334412/14/2018 9:10:22 PMhttp://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseWebinarThe second conversation of this series was held on Wednesday, January 15th at 1:30 pm ET titled, Leading Change: The Challenge of Change. Valerie Ricker, Assistant Director for the Population Health Division at the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has over 30 years of MCH experience and currently serves on AMCHP’s board as the Secretary. Ms. Ricker provided an overview of the key concept, leadership and change, followed by her personal experience in combining MCH with other programs into one department, as Maine has undergone a lot of change in recent years. After viewing this event, participants will be able to: - Learn six characteristics of effective change. - Understand the difference between managing and leading change. - Identify opportunities to support or lead change within their organization. - Identify opportunities to practice strategies shared in the webinar.<a href="http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/p7qas7ql9kq/" target="_blank">PART 2 - Leading in Changing Times Series</a>Workforce
Leading in Changing Times Series - PART 3334512/14/2018 9:11:56 PMhttp://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseWebinarPart 3 of this series titled, Leaders with a Vision: The ability to see beyond the present, Stephanie Wrightsman-Birch, Section Chief of Women’s, Children’s and Family Health as well as the Title V for Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services has over 30 years of MCH experience and currently serves on AMCHP’s board as the Past President. Ms. Wrightsman-Birch provided an overview of the key concept, leadership and vision, followed by her personal experience in re-building the MCH program after it was disbanded in a reorganization of her Department. After viewing this event, participants will be able to: - Describe three skills of strategic leadership. - Identify opportunities to create a shared vision within their organization. - Identify opportunities to practice strategies shared in the webinar<a href="http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/p2vjo3u4d36/" target="_blank">PART 3 - Leading in Changing Times Series</a>Workforce
AMCHP-CDC Skill-building Suite - SUITE 1334612/14/2018 9:18:34 PMhttp://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseWebinarTo provide on-going support for “taking what works and applying it”, AMCHP, in partnership with Community Guide staff at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is thrilled to announce the AMCHP-CDC Skill-building Suite: Evidence-based Programs: Moving along the Continuum from Selection to Sustainability. This three-part virtual workshop was designed to increase state MCH program capacity to better understand evidence-based programs, dialogue about opportunities and challenges in implementing evidence-based programs, understand complexity in fidelity and adaptation, and consider evaluation and sustainability of evidence-based programs. By the end of viewing the Skill-building Suite you will be able to: - Compare evidence-based strategies and interventions to program’s needs. - Identify extent of adaptation needed for selected intervention. - Suggest evaluation methods or sustainability criteria for the intervention.<a href="http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/p5xs9ljlxau/" target="_blank">SUITE 1 - Evidence-based Practice&#58; Moving along the Continuum from Selection to Sustainability</a>Workforce
Title V and Newborn Screening: State Performance Measures and Long-Term Follow-Up62129/17/2018 1:46:16 PM6http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalsePublicationThis issue brief highlights Title V state performance measures related to newborn screening, and the role of Title V programs in supporting newborn screening programs and long-term follow-up activities for those infants identified with a condition. <a href="/programsandtopics/CHILD-HEALTH/projects/newborn-screening/Documents/TitleV_NBS-SPM-LTFU_IssueBrief_Aug2018FINAL.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icpdf.png" />TitleV_NBS-SPM-LTFU_IssueBrief_Aug2018FINAL.pdf</a>2018Infant Health
Collaboration Lab #1—Moving Down the Pyramid: A Title V Perspective6293311/20/2018 3:59:30 PM6http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseWebinarThis webinar will include an overview of the evolution of multiple recommendations for the provision of direct services by public health agencies. Three Title V CYSHCN directors will also share their experiences implementing population health strategies in their programs, and a representative of the National MCH Workforce Development Center will lead a skills development activity.<a href="http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/plwgs9n97j81/" target="_blank">http&#58;//amchp.adobeconnect.com/plwgs9n97j81/</a>2018Workforce
Review to Action61833/22/2018 8:21:50 PM26http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseVideo/Other MultimediaPromotes state-based maternal mortality review processes and measurements for committees; educates and promotes the wellness of expecting and new mothers.<a href="http&#58;//reviewtoaction.org/" target="_blank">http&#58;//reviewtoaction.org/</a>2017Maternal Health (includes prenatal, childbirth, and postpartum)
Sustaining and Diversifying Family Engagement in Title V MCH and CYSHCN Programs61883/23/2018 6:51:01 PM15http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalsePublicationSummarizes AMCHP findings from a 2014-15 survey about family engagement policies and practices in Title V maternal and child health and children and youth with special health care needs programs, with funding from the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health and the U.S. Maternal and Child Health Bureau. <a href="/programsandtopics/family-engagement/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">default.aspx</a>2016Family, Youth & Community Engagement
Family Navigation Implementation Strategies: Improving Systems of Care61893/23/2018 6:54:07 PM33http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalsePublicationCan be used as a tool to learn about different family navigation strategies and connect with state examples. <a href="/programsandtopics/CYSHCN/projects/spharc/LearningModule/Documents/Final%20issue%20brief_3.12.pdf" target="_blank">Final%20issue%20brief_3.12.pdf</a>2018
Pregnancy and Oral Health61933/23/2018 7:13:03 PM13http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseVideo/Other MultimediaMany pregnant women worry that receiving dental care will harm their unborn baby. However, research shows that it’s not only safe but vital – four in 10 pregnant women have tooth decay or gum disease, which can worsen during pregnancy or even be passed to the child in the womb.<a href="https&#58;//www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar41aW9zvd8" target="_blank">watch</a>2016Maternal Health (includes prenatal, childbirth, and postpartum)
Preconception Health Indicators for Public Health Surveillance61903/29/2018 4:21:07 PM32http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalsePerformance MeasuresPublicationAuthors from AMCHP, CDC, and the National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative describe the process used to evaluate, prioritize, and select 10 priority preconception health indicators from the original list of 45. This condensed set of surveillance indicators comes in response to an expressed need for more focused measurement.<a href="https&#58;//www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/jwh.2017.6531?journalCode=jwh" target="_blank">jwh.2017.6531</a>2018Epidemiology & Evaluation
Lifecourse indicators tool 62034/2/2018 6:20:05 PM3http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseSystems-Level Policies and PracticesAccess and UtilizationToolkitDescription of the 59 life course indicators by Category, Data Source, or Domain. Individual indicators are denoted by an ID number (e.g. LC-47) and include numerous details, such as a brief description, numerator, denominator, data source, similar measures in other indicator sets, and national comparison data, where appropriate. <a href="/programsandtopics/data-assessment/Pages/LifeCourseIndicators.aspx" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/ichtm.gif" />LifeCourseIndicators.aspx</a>2013Epidemiology & Evaluation
Roadmap of MCH Economic Analysis Resources62054/2/2018 6:26:16 PM3http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseSystems-Level Policies and PracticesAccess and UtilizationPublication This roadmap aims to increase the knowledge base of current materials available as economic analysis resources applicable to the field of MCH. <a href="/programsandtopics/data-assessment/Documents/Roadmap%20of%20Resources.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icpdf.png" />Roadmap%20of%20Resources.pdf</a>2014Epidemiology & Evaluation
Economic Analysis of LARC Programs62064/2/2018 6:27:35 PM3http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseSystems-Level Policies and PracticesAccess and UtilizationPublicationThis brief attempts to summarize the types of cost analyses, previous study methodology, and the important steps associated with evaluating LARC programs that demonstrate a valuable return on investment (ROI). <a href="/programsandtopics/data-assessment/Documents/LARCInvestment12-22-14_Final.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icpdf.png" />LARCInvestment12-22-14_Final.pdf</a>2014Epidemiology & Evaluation
MCH Epidemiology Methods and Practice Assessment Issue Brief (2014) 62074/2/2018 6:28:51 PM3http://www.amchp.org/Lists/Resources/AllItems.aspxFalseSystems-Level Policies and PracticesAccess and UtilizationPublicationThe Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) and CityMatCH partnered with the MCH Epi Group to conduct an assessment of the experiences, methods, approaches, and resources that strengthen and support the work of maternal and child health (MCH) epidemiologists and the field of MCH epidemiology (MCH epi).<a href="/programsandtopics/data-assessment/Documents/MCH%20Epi%20Issue%20Brief%20FINAL.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icpdf.png" />MCH%20Epi%20Issue%20Brief%20FINAL.pdf</a>2014Epidemiology & Evaluation