MCH Workforce Needs
AMCHP conducted an analysis of the maternal and child health workforce needs based on the Public Health Workforce Interests and Needs Survey (PH WINS) 2017 findings. An infographic was developed to present a national level glimpse of the workforce demographics, training needs, retention rates, and more. Click on the link below to download and view AMCHP's MCH Workforce Needs infographic.
MCH Workforce Needs Infographic.pdf:
2016 Title V Workforce Assessment Results
AMCHP conducted an analysis of Title V workforce needs across state MCH programs. The survey identified current and future workforce needs, along with potential skills gaps and the impact of retiring workers leaving the Title V workforce. This survey will be admininstered every two years to adequately reflect the current enviornment of Title V.
Survey Instrument:Title V Workforce Assessment 2016.pdf
Suvery Results at a Glance:Title V Survey One Pager Final.docx
Recorded Webinar of Survey Results: 15-minute survey data highlights
Survey Infographic: Title V Workforce Assessment 2016 Infographic.jpg
2008 Findings from the Survey
Seeking to better understand and address state Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) workforce and leadership needs, AMCHP and the Association of Teachers of Maternal and Child Health (ATMCH), with support from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) surveyed these programs between May and August 2008. The documents below present descriptive data from selected portions of the survey.
The Title V Workforce Survey Instrument - this document is the actual survey instrument used to collect the data presented in the regional tables and issue briefs.
Program Profiles - this document provides a national level glimpse of the MCH and CYSHCN program areas, functions and leadership.
Professional Development - this document presents preliminary findings related to training needs and professional development strategies.
Graduate Education - this document presents preliminary findings related to training needs and graduate education strategies, preferences and barriers.