MCH priorities

Collective Impact Learning Collaborative

By engaging in authentic collaboration, a health department can enhance the impact of their efforts to advance MCH priorities in their community. The Collective Impact Learning Collaborative (CILC) aims to increase local urban health departments' capacity to implement collective impact strategies to address Maternal and Child Health (MCH) priorities at the community level.
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Let’s Form a New MCH Alliance

Vol. 16

CityView Editorial by Carol Synkewecz, MPH
MCH Director, Duval County Public Health
Department, Jacksonville, FL

If local, state, and national MCH priorities were more fully aligned, would it make a difference for women, children and families? My answer is a simple, “Yes.”

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