Learning is often easier when the learner is connected to a wider community. The MCH Navigator provides different avenues to stay connected with new learing opportunities and to colleagues in the MCH community:
MCH Alert. Subscribe to the quarterly MCH Alert that provides timely reference to critical learning opportunities, information on health transformation, research findings, policy developments, recently released publications, new programs, and MCH initiatives.
Brochures to Share. Information on the Navigator website and programs to distribute to staff
Learning Collaborative. Connect with the MCH Navigator, mentors, and other learners in the MCH workforce through social media (Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn), by asking questions and sharing comments about specific trainings, and providing feedback on learning opportunities and training products. Also learn collaboratively with our Micro-Learning programs.
Navigator in the News. Read what's new and noteworthy with the MCH Navigator staff, including: multimedia news, awards, publications, and upcoming conferences that we'll be attending.
Training Calendar. This calendar provides access to emerging (yet unvetted) learning opportunities. Check back often to see what trainings are available in real time. Or join us on Twitter to receive announcements about these trainings.
The MCH Navigator invites you to contact us and to begin a conversation about the learning opportunities we have collected. We are here to answer questions about the materials collected on this website, how we support the MCH workforce, and how we can assist your training needs:
Contact Us. Have a question, need assistance with trainings, or want to discuss how we might work with you to address needs in the workforce? Contact us via phone or email. The MCH Navigator is also a physical location, located at Georgetown University with other MCHB-funded projects within the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH).
Feedback. Comment on new learning opportunities that are in our database or our training products. We welcome feedback, questions, notices about broken links, and your experience as an online learner.