This webinar focuses on policy and advocacy, two topics that have consistently ranked of high interest, but low self-perceived efficacy by users of the MCH Navigator's online self-assessment tool. Molly McNulty, JD, from the University of Rochester leads us from the sources of law and policy; to tools to advance policy; and a case study focused on Early Intervention.
Law & Policy Sources
Case Study: Early Intervention Program
By the end of this webinar, participants will acquire skills to:
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Molly McNulty, JD, Assistant Professor of Public Health, Multidisciplinary Studies Center
Molly McNulty is an assistant professor of public health in the Multidisciplinary Studies Center. An attorney who specializes in health law and public policy with a focus on public health and vulnerable populations, such as poor children, McNulty is interested in the policymaking process, particularly the role played by advocates and other stakeholders outside of government. Her particular teaching focus is on social justice and the right to health care.
McNulty teaches Healthcare and the Law; Public Health Law and Policy; and Maternal Child Health Policy and Advocacy. Both semesters she co-teaches Community-Engaged Internships. She is also on the faculty of the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences, where she teaches Health Policy Lab. McNulty has won an Innovative Teaching Award from the Association of Teachers of Maternal and Child Health.