AMCHP’s MCH Epi Peer-to-Peer Cohort (P2P MCH Epi-Net) is a 10-month program consisting of learning, peer-to-peer interaction, and mentoring geared towards MCH epidemiologists who want to engage in peer sharing and collaborative development. This program is designed to assist MCH epidemiologists who want to network with their seasoned colleagues and hone leadership skills that will help them succeed in the workforce.
To be considered for the 2019 P2P MCH Epi-Net Cohort, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Currently work in a Title V program or with a Title V program
Must have support from your supervisor, and /or Title V, MCH or CYSHCN Director to submit your application
Have not previously participated in an AMCHP leadership development program.
Must not be currently participating in another mentored field assignment or fellowship program
Benefits of participating in the P2P MCH Epi-Net Cohort:
Gaining a greater understanding of Title V
Increasing your understanding of AMCHP and the tools and resources available
Widening your network of MCH epidemiology and Title V leaders
Giving and receiving mentoring from your peers
Increasing your knowledge related to key MCH epidemiology and leadership topics
Attending the AMCHP Annual Conference. Through support from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, AMCHP will award scholarships to P2P MCH Epi-Net participants. The scholarship covers the costs associated with attending the conference (conference registration, travel, hotel accommodations, and per diem).
Program components of the P2P MCH Epi-Net cohort include one face-to-face meeting at AMCHP Annual Conference either prior to or after (March 9-12, 2019), quarterly webinars on topics of interest and bi-monthly peer-to-peer calls designed to facilitate shared learning among cohort members. Participants must be able to devote 1-2 hours per month for program requirements and the program requires a 10-month commitment and active participation on all calls and webinars from January to October 2019.