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 MCH Trainee Resources

MCHB Trainee Resources Webpage
Find a consolidated list of MCH trainee resources, including links to sign up for the trainee listserv, trainee reflections on MCH Training experiences, and job and fellowship opportunities.  It also features a fact sheet with links to MCH-funded training programs and 2012-2020 National Goals.

MCHB MCH Trainee Webinar Series
View two webinars held over the past year specific to trainees, one on the MCH Navigator and another on mentoring.
Lifelong Learning Support:  

MCH Navigator
Visit this learning portal for maternal and child health professionals, students, and others working to improve the health and well-being of women, children, and families.  The MCH Navigator seeks to enhance access to currently available public health MCH learning resources by “matching” learner needs with learning paths. This initiative is intended to complement, and not be a substitute for, formal institutionally-based undergraduate or graduate education program in maternal and child health.  

MCH Navigator Assessment
The Assessment is mapped to the MCH Leadership Competencies. Once trainees have determined the areas in which they need development, they can identify appropriate training opportunities. To help trainees do that, the Navigator has linked the competency items examined in the MCH Leadership Skills Self-Assessment with relevant learning opportunities.  

MCH Library
With funding from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the MCH Library at Georgetown University provides access to critical resources for leaders and the workforce in state Title V agencies, communities, health professionals, educators, researchers, policymakers, and families in order to facilitate changing policies and activities.  Of particular interest to trainees, a variety of Knowledge Paths have been developed and provide recent, high quality resources and tools to learn more about the topic, conduct further research, locate training resources, develop programs, and stay abreast of new developments.  


The National MCH Workforce Development Center is funded by a cooperative agreement (#UE7MC26282) with the Health Resources and Services Administration Maternal and Child Health Bureau.