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).

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Centering Women in the Postpartum Period - Playlist61943/23/2018 7:17:15 PM21 Multimedia<a href="https&#58;//" target="_blank">playlist</a>2017Maternal Health (includes prenatal, childbirth, and postpartum)
National Standards 2.0 Website61993/30/2018 6:18:44 PM21 Policies and PracticesQuality of CareVideo/Other MultimediaProvides core components and resources to improve systems of care for CYSHCN.<a href="http&#58;//" target="_blank">http&#58;//</a>2017CYSHCN
History of Title V CYSHCN62153/30/2018 6:15:41 PM43 Learning ModulesThis module was developed in response to the need to understand the history, context and policies for Title V CYSHCN programs. It includes research-based content, resources and MCH expert perspectives.<a href="http&#58;//">2lSOJCP</a>2017Title V
National Title V CYSHCN Program Profile62163/30/2018 6:10:59 PM51 Policies and PracticesPublicationIncreases understanding and awareness of state Title V CYSHCN programs. Includes valuable data for Title V CYSHCN programs, policymakers, and national partners.<a href="/programsandtopics/CYSHCN/Documents/CYSHCN-Profile-2017_FINAL.pdf" target="_blank">CYSHCN-Profile-2017_FINAL.pdf</a>2017CYSHCN
QI eLearning Series61853/23/2018 4:04:23 PM72 of CareQuality Improvement ProjectsInteractive Learning ModulesAMCHP, in partnership with Population Health Improvement Partners, hosted a Quality Improvement eLearning Series for Title V staff to build capacity to apply QI tools and concepts to their work. <a href="/programsandtopics/data-assessment/Pages/QI-eLearning-Series.aspx" target="_blank">QI-eLearning-Series.aspx</a>2017Epidemiology & Evaluation
Ensuring Coverage for Reproductive Health Services During the Zika Virus Outbreak61793/29/2018 7:39:51 PM170 Policies and PracticesVulnerable PopulationsPublicationOutlines the many ways in which Medicaid is addressing the Zika crisis, through targeted state grants, expanded benefits, and most importantly, by financing family planning services for individuals of reproductive age.<a href="/Policy-Advocacy/health-reform/resources/Documents/Zika%20and%20Medicaid_FinalVersion.pdf" target="_blank">Zika%20and%20Medicaid_FinalVersion.pdf</a>2017Reproductive/Sexual Health
Stemming the Zika Virus: Importance of Access to Care61783/29/2018 7:33:39 PM165 Policies and PracticesOutreach & EnrollmentPublicationInforms best practices of access to care for women and men of reproductive age who travel to countries or live in areas of the U.S. with a risk of Zika transmission. <a href="/Policy-Advocacy/health-reform/Documents/Zika%20Access_Final%20Version.pdf" target="_blank">Zika%20Access_Final%20Version.pdf</a>2017Insurance
Review to Action61833/22/2018 8:21:50 PM59 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;//" target="_blank">http&#58;//</a>2017Maternal Health (includes prenatal, childbirth, and postpartum)
Early Childhood Developmental Screening and Title V: Building Better Systems61843/30/2018 6:17:20 PM46 MeasuresSystems-Level Policies and PracticesPublicationDelves into Title V program developmental screening activities that aim to establish or improve comprehensive systems of care for children and families.<a href="/programsandtopics/CYSHCN/projects/spharc/LearningModule/Documents/Issue%20Brief%20FINAL%209-11.pdf" target="_blank">Issue%20Brief%20FINAL%209-11.pdf</a>2017Child and Adolescent Health
Engaging Diverse Populations: State Examples61863/23/2018 6:47:30 PM58 case study reports provide examples of engaging families and engaging diverse populations in Texas and Kentucky.<a href="/programsandtopics/family-engagement/SiteAssets/Pages/default/Engaging%20Diverse%20Populations%20Case%20Study.pdf" target="_blank">Engaging%20Diverse%20Populations%20Case%20Study.pdf</a>2016Family, Youth & Community Engagement
Sustaining and Diversifying Family Engagement in Title V MCH and CYSHCN Programs618812/20/2018 4:04:49 PM52 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 target="_blank">default.aspx</a>2016Family, Youth & Community Engagement
Family Navigation Implementation Strategies: Improving Systems of Care61893/23/2018 6:54:07 PM69 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
Preconception Health Indicators for Public Health Surveillance61903/29/2018 4:21:07 PM67 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;//" target="_blank">jwh.2017.6531</a>2018Epidemiology & Evaluation
Testimony for the Record in Support of Bill 22-0524, The “Maternal Mortality Review Committee Establishment Act of 2017”61913/23/2018 6:59:52 PM44 part of AMCHP's continuing advocacy for the creation of maternal mortality review committees, Andria Cornell testified before the D.C. Council on Dec. 7, 2017.<a href="http&#58;//" target="_blank">2yOu4aq</a>2017Maternal Health (includes prenatal, childbirth, and postpartum)
Introducing the New National Standards for CYSHCN Website (video)61923/23/2018 7:08:06 PM48 MultimediaThe new National Standards for Systems of Care for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) Website makes it easy to navigate the National Standards 2.0 and provides applicable guidelines in a digestible format. This comprehensive set of system standards can be used by many systems and organizations serving the CYSHCN population. Whether you are a pediatrician, a parent, a health care provider, or a state Title V employee, the National Standards 2.0 aims to fit everyone’s needs.<a href="https&#58;//;t=50s" target="_blank">watch</a>2017CYSHCN