Request for Applications: Well Women, Well Communities

The application period closed April 16, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST. The application period for Well Women, Well Communities closed April 16, 2018. CityMatCH will select three teams for the next phase of the Well-Woman Project: Well Women, Well Communities a two-year project to improve women’s access and utilization of preventive health care. This project builds on the success…

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2018 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference

Join us in Portland, OR Sept. 12-14 for the 2018 CityMatCH Leadership & MCH Epidemiology Conference Partnering with Purpose: Data, Programs, and Policies for Healthy Mothers, Children and Families. This conference, once again, brings together the CityMatCH Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership Conference, and the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Conference. Visit the Conference Homepage

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2018 Training Course in Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology

Chicago, IL – June 25-29, 2018 The application period for the 2018 Training Course is now CLOSED. Acceptance notifications were sent out in late March. The Health Resources And Services Administration (HRSA), The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and CityMatCH are offering a Training Course In MCH Epidemiology as part of their ongoing effort to enhance the…

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Ask A Colleague Query

To build capacity and improve peer-to-peer support among CityMatCH members, the organization maintains an online membership network — the Ask-A-Colleague Service (or AAC). As a member, you may access the AAC service to quickly and efficiently query your colleagues around the country on your MCH program, policy, practice and data use concerns. Submitting a Request Contact CityMatCH at 402-552-9500…

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CityMatCH eLearning Community

This eLearning community provides access to online resources developed to augment CityMatCH projects, which are grounded in the philosophy that all children and families deserve to be healthy and achieve their optimal growth and development. Children and families in urban areas have unique needs and deserve special attention. The resources in this portal: Institute for equity in birth outcomes; local…

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2018 CityMatCH Meharry Externship

The application period for the 2018 CityMatCH Meharry Externship is now CLOSED. CityMatCH and UNMC are pleased to offer one externship opportunity to MSPH students at Meharry Medical College during the summer. This 10-week externship will take place in Omaha, NE where the students will have an unparalleled opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in Maternal and Child Health. The…

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2017: Using Collective Impact to Address MCH Priorities

Download a PDF of the Collective Impact (2017) Issue Working in isolation, health departments can only do so much to impact Maternal & Child Health (MCH) priorities. In our latest cooperative agreement with the Maternal Child Health Bureau (MCHB), we began the Collective Impact Learning Collaborative aimed at aligning state and local priorities to address MCH outcomes. Through this…

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2017: The Well-Woman – Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

Download a PDF of The Well-Woman (2017) CityLights Issue. The well-woman is found at the intersection of reproductive health, rights, and justice. To improve women’s health and health outcomes, the MCH field must begin to focus on the health of the whole woman and ensure a woman-friendly health system for all women at the local, state and federal level….

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CityLeaders

Leadership training for emerging and mid-level urban maternal child health leaders. Participants engage in nine months of intensive training on the MCH Leadership Competencies including one onsite meeting and a series of distance-based skills-building opportunities. A key component in the program is the connection through CityLeaders to a senior urban MCH leader in the field for a mentor/mentee relationship….

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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. This work is funded by the…

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Join us for the 2021 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference, in New Orleans, LA.