August 6, 2014

Jennifer Pooler and Sheryl Mathis are contributing authors on an article to be published in an upcoming issue of the Maternal and Child Health Journal.  

The article examines the success of Maternal and Child Health Bureau’s MCH Training Program using secondary data analysis of performance measure data (2007–2011) collected through the HRSA discretionary grant information system.

The analysis focused on grant program outcomes in order to demonstrate that continued investment in the MCH Training Program is critical to address the special health needs of MCH populations in an evolving health system.

Kavanagh, L., Menser, M., Pooler, J., Mathis, S., & Raskin Ramos, L. (2014, forthcoming). The MCH Training Program: Developing MCH leaders that are equipped for the changing health care landscape. Maternal and Child Health Journal.

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