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Learning Bundles & Guides

Learning Bundles & Guides

MCH Orientations

OrientationMid-level to Senior Staff of Maternal and Child Health Programs

These training resources were selected from the MCH Navigator to orient  mid-level to senior staff of maternal and child health programs (e.g., Home Visiting, Healthy Start, Community Health Centers, Tribal MCH) to core MCH concepts, programs, and strategies.

Click the resource title to link directly to the training and begin learning.  All of the resources in the MCH Navigator are available free online.  Note that some external sources require you to register on their sites before you can access the training.

You will also want to access AMCHP's ​​Leading State Maternal and Child Health Programs: A Guide for Senior Managers, which is organized into chapters dedicated to "the big picture," or the theoretical framework of maternal and child health, and "the ABC's," which delve into the day-to-day operational aspects of MCH programs.

Don't forget to check out the 5-Minute MCH and Public Health Pronto learning programs, monthly series that explore each competency, provide learning opportunities and implementation strategies, and culminate in an interactive learning session with an expert from the field.These programs consist of easy-to-follow weekly formats designed to increase your knowledge and skills through 5-minute intensive learning sessions emailed to you each week and available archived through a web portal.

Where to Find MCH Resources (2017) provides sources of data and access to critical programs key to researching, planning, and implementing programs in your state. (Narrated PowerPoint presentation, 15 minutes).

Population Health

MCH Populations, Mission, and Principles

Title V Implementation

Community Health Centers

MCH Accountability

How are these sets of resources different from the ones in the Search page? The lectures and training modules in these sets are pulled from the topic areas identified under the MCH Knowledge Base competency to make it easy to quickly access a broad introduction to maternal and child health.