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University of Florida Pediatric Pulmonary Center MCHB/Training Program Overview. Before proceeding further:. Do you know what public health is? How about a population based approach to healthcare? Do you know what HHS is? Do you know what disparities in healthcare are?

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university of florida pediatric pulmonary center mchb training program overview

University of FloridaPediatric Pulmonary CenterMCHB/Training Program Overview

before proceeding further
Before proceeding further:
  • Do you know what public health is? How about a population based approach to healthcare?
  • Do you know what HHS is?
  • Do you know what disparities in healthcare are?
  • Do you know what maternal and child healthcare is?
  • Do you know what The Swamp is?
  • Do you know how grant-funding works?

The answers to these questions will be partially addressed in

this talk, but you may want to get more information on these from the internet.

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United States Department of Health and Human Services

Health Resources and Services Administration

Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Pediatric Pulmonary

Center

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The Health Resources and Services Administration's mission is to improve and expand access to quality health care for all.
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MCHB emphasizes:

Interdisciplinary

Family-Centered

Community-Based

Culturally Competent

Care

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Mission

To provide national leadership and to work in partnership with states, communities, public-private partners and families to strengthen the maternal and child health infrastructure, assure the availability and use of medical homes and build the knowledge and human resources in order to assure continued improvement in the health, safety and well-being of the MCH population.

VisionA future America in which the right to grow to one's full potential is universally assured through attention to the comprehensive physical, psychological and social needs of the maternal and child health population. We strive for a society where children are wanted and born with optimal health, receive quality care and are nurtured lovingly and sensitively as they mature into healthy, productive adults. MCHB seeks a nation where there is equal access for all to quality health care in a supportive, culturally competent, family and community setting.

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MCHB History
  • 1912: Development of the Children’s Health Bureau
  • 1935: Title V of the Social Security Act
  • 1998: Strategic Plan
    • Eliminate Health Disparities
    • Assure highest quality of care
    • Develop health infrastructure and questions
block vs sprans grants
Block vs. SPRANS grants

To States for

Health Department

Use

To Academic

Health Programs:

PPCs

LEAHs

LENDs

SPH

SSWs

Nutrition Programs

CE

Distance Education

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Direct

Health

Services

Enabling Services

Population Based Services

Infrastructure Services

MCHB provides funding

for these services

Training is considered infrastructure building

other mchb programs
Other MCHB Programs:

Children’s EMS

Bright Futures

Healthy Start

Family Voices

National Adolescent

Health Info Center

National Newborn

Screening and Genetic

Resource Center

WIC

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University of Florida

College of

Engineering

College of

Arts & Sciences

Other

Colleges

Health Science Center

Pharm

PHHP

Dentistry

Medicine

Dean Good

Nursing

Vet Med

Internal Med

Adult Ortho

Other Adult

Pediatrics: Chairman

Dr. Bucciarelli

Peds ENT

Peds GI

Peds Ortho

Pediatric

Pulmonary

Peds Surg

Gen’l peds

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Cystic Fibrosis

Center

CMS

MCHB-funded

Pediatric Pulmonary

Center Training Program

Pediatric Pulmonary

Division

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The Pediatric Pulmonary Center

Training Program is funded by a

training grant from the US

Maternal and Child Health Bureau.

Cystic Fibrosis

Center

CMS

MCHB Funded

Pediatric Pulmonary

Center Training Program

Pediatric Pulmonary

Division

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MISSION of the PPCs

To recruit and train graduate level health care professionals

who will be future leaders in the culturally competent, community base, family centered care of children with respiratory disorders

definition mch leadership
Definition: MCH Leadership
  • An MCH leader is one who understands and supports MCH values, mission, and goals with a sense of purpose and moral commitment.
  • He or she values interdisciplinary collaboration and diversity and brings the capacity to think critically about MCH issues at both the population and individual levels, as well as to communicate and work with others and use self-reflection.
  • The MCH leader possesses core knowledge of MCH populations and their needs and demonstrates professionalism in attitudes and working habits.
  • He or she continually seeks new knowledge and improvement of abilities and skills central to effective, evidence-based leadership.
  • The MCH leader is also committed to sustaining an infrastructure to recruit, train and mentor future MCH leaders to ensure the health and well-being of tomorrow’s children and families.
  • Finally, the MCH leader is responsive to the changing political, social, scientific, and demographic context and demonstrates the capability to change quickly and adapt in the face of emerging challenges and opportunities.
the ppc provides a public health perspective to clinical students
The PPC provides a public health perspective to clinical students
  • Programs, services and institutions that involve and emphasize the prevention of disease and the health needs of the population as a whole.
  • The community (or state, region, country) is “the patient” and public health professionals assess and intervene at a community (or state, regional or national) level to improve “the patient’s” health
  • Other Public Health activities include:
    • Community education
    • Research/Policy Development
    • Community Partnerships
    • Program planning
    • Advocacy
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Who we are

Cindy Capen, Nurse Faculty

Dr. Wagner, PPC Director

Ellen Bowser, Nutrition Faculty

Susan Horky, SW Faculty

Dave Yonutas, Respiratory

Faculty and Educ. Consultant

Angela Miney,

Family Partner

Leonile Kitnurse

Respiratory Faculty

uf ppc goals 2005 2010
UF PPC Goals 2005-2010:
  • Recruit and retaindiverse graduate-level trainees and fellows who demonstrate a high potential for MCH leadership
  • Educatefellows and trainees to beleadersin the interdisciplinary care of children with chronic respiratory conditions.
  • Provideinterdisciplinary education programsat the local, state, regional and national levels to address key MCH issues and the Healthy People 2010 objectives.
  • Collaboratewith, and provide technical assistance to, Title V and other MCH agencies at the local, state, regional and national levels.
  • Expand programs in key MCH/Healthy People 2010 areas including cultural competence/diversity, family involvement and faculty development.
ppc goals 2010 2015
PPC Goals 2010-2015

1. Provide and evaluate high quality leadership training

2. Develop, implement and evaluate a model Distance Leadership Training Program

3. Provide and evaluate at least 150 interdisciplinary CE programs

4. Partner with and provide at least 75 technical assistance (TA) sessions to Title V and MCH Agencies

5. Develop and evaluate a web-based network through which trainees and faculty will sustain MCHB relationships, values, and skills throughout their careers

goal 1 recruitment from diverse backgrounds of trainees from under represented groups per year
Goal 1:Recruitment from diverse backgrounds: # of trainees from under represented groups per year
goal 1 leadership training
Goal 1: Leadership Training

TRAINEE DISCIPLINES

Dietitians

Nurses

Physicians (Fellows)

Respiratory Therapists

Social Workers

FAMILY PARTNERS

Physicians (Residents)

Pharmacists

Psychologists

Public Health students

goal 1 leadership training1
Goal 1: Leadership Training

Medium term = 40-299 hours

Short term = < 40 hours

Long term = >299 hours

299

40

goal 1 leadership training2
Goal 1: Leadership Training

Clinical

Care

Research

Teaching

Policy/

Advocacy

methods of education
Methods of Education
  • Classroom (Core Curriculum)
  • Clinical (In clinic or hospital)
  • Self Directed Learning Activities (SDLAs)
  • Division activities
  • With Faculty Mentor
goal 2 distance training
Goal 2: Distance Training
  • Year 1: Local pilot with WIC
  • Year 2: Expand to Pasco County WIC
  • Year 3-5: Expand to other disciplines
  • Year4-5: Provide TA on Distance Training
goal 3 interdisciplinary education
Goal 3: Interdisciplinary Education
  • Distance and in-person talks given to:
  • Children’s Medical Services
  • Local Schools
  • Shands, University of Florida
  • Local, Regional and National Conferences
  • Professional organizations

2008: 237 programs provided to a total of 3261 participants

goal 4 collaboration and ta
Goal 4: Collaboration and TA

2008: 120 TA Sessions to 45 groups

Including….

…Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; MCHB Working Groups; Area

Health Education Centers; Sleep Disorders Centers; Florida DOH;

Florida DOE; Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group;

Florida Organ Transplant Advisory Council;

UF COM CME Committee; Child Advocacy Center; American Lung

Association, American Dietetic Association…

sample ta projects
Sample TA Projects

Asthma Summit

CMS Distance

Learning

Cross Cultural

Cases

Sleep Fellowship

Health Careers

Opportunity Grant

ADA Evidence

Analysis

goal 5 development of mch network
Goal 5: Development of MCH Network
  • Facilitate faculty comfort with Web 2.0
  • Develop PPC Trainee network
  • Expand PPC Trainee network to other MCHB training programs
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Thank You!

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