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This Virtual Community welcomes NACCHO & CDC grantees working on breastfeeding community support continuity of care and the Breastfeeding-Friendly health centers. This is a space for sharing useful resources and upcoming related trainings, peer learning and Q &A from other communities working in similar projects and activities. We encourage you to be an active participant and take advantage of this space.This is a invitation-only community. If you would like to add a team member, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Climate Change Community of Practice provides a space for individuals who are interested in and/or work with climate change resilience and mitigation. This Community of Practice will be used to share information, best practices, and resources relevant to climate change and allow for members to virtually network with others who work in this area of public health.
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NACCHO’s Congressional Action Network (CAN) fosters the voice of local health departments in Washington.
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This community is comprised of OT2103 grantees and will serve as a resource repository. Both grant recipients and NACCHO staff will be able to share information about various health equity topics and related content.
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The purpose of the Early Childhood Nutrition virtual community is to provide infant and young toddler nutrition stakeholders a space to share resources, collaborate when appropriate, and network with other stakeholders who are implementing interventions to improve infant and young toddler nutrition.
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Find workgroups related to local environmental health.
The FBI Outbreak Response Community of Practice provides a space for individuals who are interested in and/or work with FBI Outbreak Response. This Community of Practice will be used to share information, best practices, and resources relevant to FBI Outbreak Response and allow for members to virtually network with others who work in this area of public health
This community is a space for learning, engagement, and information sharing among local health department officials and staff who work on HIV, STIs, and/or hepatitis.
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This Living Learning Network aims to support local health department staff looking to build subject matter expertise related to infection prevention and control (IPC). The goal of this network is to bolster local health department capacity related to IPC by creating space for peer discussions, hosting expert presentations, and sharing CDC’s Project Firstline training materials.
The Informatics Champions workgroup comprises local public health practitioners interested in learning about public health informatics and sharing their knowledge with other jurisdictions. The primary focus of the champion initiative is to promote the continuing development of informatics knowledge within the local public health community. The Workgroup’s mission includes: 1) Increase awareness of LHDs on national informatics issues, tools, and best practices provided by NACCHO;2) Increase awareness within NACCHO of LHD informatics needs and effective practices;3) Identify local public health informatics expertise within a given state.
This virtual community aims to support local health department staff looking to strengthen LHD capacity for healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and antimicrobial resistance (AR) prevention and response by piloting and implementing the CDC Local Health Department Strategy for HAI/AR. The goal of this community is to bolster local health department capacity related to HAI/AR by creating space for peer discussions, hosting expert presentations, and sharing resources.
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Bringing together local health IT staff from across the country to share tips and best practices.
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Find workgroups related to the Medical Reserve Corps.
The Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) Network is a community for MAHC users, subject matter experts, and those hoping to learn about the code itself. Members will receive updates on the code, have access and provide input to newly developed resources, and join bi-monthly webinars featuring the code and users.
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A group for you to discuss important tools, make suggestions for new tools, and request an online demonstration of the Toolbox. The Toolbox is a free, online collection of public health tools that have been created and shared by members of the health community. You can visit the Toolbox at http://toolbox.naccho.org/.
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National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) Community of Practice
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This community is for members of vector surveillance and control programs in local health departments and other organizations. In this community, members can connect with other vector control staff, share best practices, lessons learned, and resources related to vector surveillance and control. Members consist of representatives from local health departments, vector control organizations, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions.
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Welcome to NACCHO's Performance Improvement Peer Learning (PIPL, as in “people”) Network. PIPL is a virtual community for performance improvement practitioners, including people who work in the areas of accreditation preparation, quality improvement, performance management, CHA/CHIP, and health equity. The former MAPP network is now part of PIPL.
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