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Presentation For The MCHCOM.COM Call
Health Resources And Services Administration
Maternal And Child Health Bureau
Peter C. van Dyck, M.D., M.P.H.
ERP DATA CLEANING
Cassie Lauver, A.C.S.W.
Division of State and Community Health
LIFETIME TV DOCUMENTARYUPDATE
Kerry P. Nesseler R.N., M.S.
Maternal and Child Health Bureau
Showing February 23 at
7 PM EST/PST
Lifetime Cable Television Station
SPRANS Abstinence Education Program Update
Michele Lawler, MS, RD
Public Health Analyst
Bright Futures for Women Initiative
Deborah Maiese, MPA
HRSA/Office of Women’s Health
MCHB/Division of Perinatal Systems and Women’s Health
Planning Process for Phase I
Executive Management Committee, chaired by Dr. Peter van Dyck
First Exec. Mgmt. Committee met on January 29, 2001
First Steering Committee planned for Spring 2001
Guideline Development Summary
First focus group discussions synthesized
Introduce BFW on-line
Introduce BFW at HRSA exhibits
Present BFW at conferences and meetings
Debbie Maiese, MPAEllen Hutchins, ScD, MSW
BFW DirectorBFW Science Advisor
HRSA OWH DirectorChief, Perinatal Systems &
5600 Fishers Lane Women’s Health, MCHB
Room 14-25 5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20857 Room 11A-05
[email protected] Rockville, Maryland 20857
301-443-8695 [email protected]
Poison Control Grant Program Update
Richard J. Smith III, M.S.
Injury / EMS Branch
Division of Child, Adolescent & Family Health
An act to provide assistance for poison prevention and to
stabilize the funding of regional poison control centers
$20 million appropriated in FY 2001
Majority of funds ($15,000,000) are to establish grant programs for PCCs.
3-year, population-based grants
will be awarded for the purpose of
stabilizing existing certified poison
Two-year grants of $125,000 each will be awarded to encourage systems development, efficiency and collaborative activity between centers. This category includes a 2:1 Federal/State matching requirement to promote State and/or local commitment to poison center improvements.
Funding for these grants is competitive.
Population-based grants will be awarded to non-certified centers or newly established centers which can demonstrate the ability to obtain certification within 2 years.
Centers must serve a population of at least 1 million.
One-year, $50,000 grants will be awarded to non-certified centers in rural or geographically isolated areas. The purpose of these grants is to allow time to arrange access to poison control services by a certified poison center. These awards will be highly competitive.
from poison centers designated by the State to
March 1Application Guidance available.
May 1Grant applications due to MCHB
AugustNotice of Grant Awards
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
American Association of Poison Control Centers
American College of Emergency Physicians
Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs
Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
Association of State EMS Directors
Emergency Nurses Association
National Association of Children’s Hospitals
National Association of EMS Physicians
National Conference of State Legislatures
National Governor’s Association
National Parent Network on Disabilities
National SAFE KIDS Campaign
State and Territorial Injury Prevention Directors Association