MCH Listening Session on Hunger, Nutrition and Health

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Join us to share your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions to inform the Biden-Harris Administration's National Strategy to address hunger, nutrition, and health. We encourage you to share this opportunity with your partners and the families that you serve. AMCHP and ASPHN staff will synthesize the input from this listening session to share with the White House for their consideration as they develop their strategy, which will be announced in September 2022. More information about the White House Conference of Hunger, Nutrition, and Health can be found here: https://health.gov/our-work/nutrition-physical-activity/white-house-conference-hunger-nutrition-and-health

Tracking Progress Towards Your Goals: Utilizing Key Performance Indicators

AMCHP is excited to announce the launch of the Innovation Hub Learning Community (IHLC). The IHLC is the latest evolution of the programmatic support and learning opportunities offered through Innovation Hub and is an expansion of the previous Cutting-Edge Learning Community (CELC). Throughout the year, AMCHP will be hosting four webinars on topics related to […]

AMCHP TA Virtual Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Title V Partnerships

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Please join us for the first session of our Virtual Roundtable Series: “Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs & Title V Partnerships,” on April 19 at 3-4:30pm ET. Hear how the South Carolina Bureau of Maternal and Child Health is coordinating referrals to services between their Birth Defects Program, Children's Health and Perinatal Services (CHPS), and […]

Autism Acceptance Month Virtual Fireside Chat: Celebrating Autistic Joy

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The theme of our State Public Health Autism Resource Center's (SPHARC) 2023 Autism Acceptance Month activities is: Celebrating Autistic Joy. Please join SPHARC and its Autistic Faculty for a virtual fireside chat on Thursday, April 27 from 3:00-4:00 PM ET. Presenters will share what celebrating Autistic joy means for them. There will be a question-and-answer […]

Starting from Your Strengths: Planning for Sustainability

AMCHP is excited to announce the launch of the Innovation Hub Learning Community (IHLC). The IHLC is the latest evolution of the programmatic support and learning opportunities offered through Innovation Hub and is an expansion of the previous Cutting-Edge Learning Community (CELC). Throughout the year, AMCHP will be hosting four webinars on topics related to […]

AMCHP TA Virtual Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Engaging Families and People with Lived Experience

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Hear how the Rhode Island Birth Defects Program engages with families through community health work to inform their advisory committees, referral systems, program/quality improvement, etc. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with peers nationwide to share challenges and strategies in working with families to inform programmatic work. Learn More & Register

AMCHP TA Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Evaluating Referral to Services

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Join AMCHP's Epi, Eval, & Metrics team to discuss strategies for BDSPs and Title V/CYSHCN to consider when evaluating referrals to services, focusing on equity and centering the families' experiences. Whether you're just beginning to explore referrals to services or you have a long-standing program, evaluation is crucial! Following the presentation, attendees will have the […]

Expanding Your Impact: Preparing to Scale Up Your Practice

AMCHP is excited to announce the launch of the Innovation Hub Learning Community (IHLC). The IHLC is the latest evolution of the programmatic support and learning opportunities offered through Innovation […]

AMCHP TA Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Opportunities to Align with MCH Title V Activities

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Hear how Oregon's Birth Anomalies Surveillance System worked with agency partners to align birth anomaly surveillance information, health education and outreach work with MCH Title V efforts in promoting family health. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with peers nationwide to share challenges and strategies in aligning Birth Defects Surveillance Programs […]

AMCHP TA Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Legal Considerations for Public Health Data

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Hear from Network for Public Health Law attorneys as they discuss public health law and data sharing basics as well as strategies for working with your agency's legal team to support surveillance programs. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with peers nationwide to share challenges and strategies in navigating policy and […]

Congressional Briefing on Comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Care for Maternal and Child Health Populations

Senate Russell Office Building, Room SR-385 2 Constitution Ave NE, Washington DC, DC, United States

Join the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP), in cooperation with Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), for an informative briefing on the current state of care for maternal and child health populations with sickle cell disease. Despite sickle cell disease being the most common inherited blood disorder in the United States, there is a […]