This learning module focuses on communicating the value of developmental screening and:
- Builds the capacity of Title V leaders and other health professionals
- Articulates the value of developmental screening with various stakeholders
- Identifies and explains the role of Title V programs in building and improving developmental screening systems
Materials from the Nexus Summit 2017: Provocative Ideas for Practical IPE are now available. This August 2017 summit focused on advancing interprofessional team-based practice and education across multiple sectors within the United States.
Training and Educational
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
1:00pm to 2:30pm ET
- Neuroscience of ASD in girls
- Phenotype/clinical presentation
- Challenges and needs faced by girls and women on the autism spectrum
Presented by the NCMHI, the NASHP, and the Catalyst Center, this recorded webinar provides strategies and promising practices to enhance collaboration on pediatric medical home initiatives between Title V CYSHCN programs and Medicaid agencies. Title V program staff, Medicaid agency staff, pediatric clinicians, and family advocates will:
- Learn about collaborative efforts in states
- Identify replicable strategies to facilitate partnership
- Hear a discussion of the impact of Title V CYSHCN and Medicaid collaboration on children, youth, and families.
This AMCHP and NIHCM Foundation webinar examines the factors behind maternity care provider shortages and shared examples of efforts to address them. Examples included:
- Providing financial incentives to bring more providers to rural and underserved areas
- Implementing team-based care models that include non-physician health care professionals
October 10, 2017
The purpose of this award is to improve the health and well-being of women and children in the United States by supporting the implementation of evidence-based/evidence-informed strategies for the Title V MCH Services Block Grant program. By supporting states with expert consultation, technical assistance, and resources, the program strengthens the states’ ability to improve the health of children and families.
December 15, 2017
This ACOG award supports research which explores an aspect of health care policy that assists, defines, or restricts the ability of a physician to deliver health care to women in the general population, or in a specific area ($10,000).