Office Hours Webinar Series
MCH Evidence staff present the archives for our 2020 office hours series, which was developed for those who want last-minute assistance in reviewing and selecting evidence-based/informed strategies and programs that address priorities, completing state action plans, and developing strong ESMs. The archive of these office hours serve as an informal space where our implementation experts provide tools, encourage peer-to-peer sharing, and answer questions about effective strategies that are based on the evidence and are measurable through Results-Based Accountability (RBA).
Center staff shared the evidence of “what works” through our recent NPM evidence webinar series; this series focuses on “how to choose and measure what works.”
The three office hour sessions are based on where you might be in the process. No matter where you are on the continuum with your Block Grant report and application, we are here to support you with ideas, tools, and the chance to hear innovative ideas from your colleagues. Please contact us if you'd like additional assistance with your ESMs.
Session 1: Selecting Strategies and Ensuring that Programs Address Your Priorities -- Video Archive and Slides
Session 2: Completing Your State Action Plan -- Video Archive and Slides
Session 3: Choosing Meaningful, Measurable, and Moveable ESMs -- Video Archive and Slides
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Follow-up Question from Session 3: Given the need for transitioning to online communication during COVID-19, what are distance learning platforms that appear to be effective?
Staff have developed an initial Evidence TA Brief that looks at popular, yet effective distance learning platforms.
Learn More: MCH Navigator Learning Tools
- Identifying and Using Evidence-Based/Informed Resources to Address MCH Issues Learning Brief provides links to selected trainings and related tools on the topic of evidence-based and informed resources to address MCH issues
- Title V Transformation Tools provide online learning materials, resources, and evidence-based strategies and programs that support knowledge sets and skills needed to advance each National Performance Measure (NPM) topic area.