Online Program

MCH program evaluation for infants and children

Monday, November 4, 2013: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Topics in this session will address program evaluaiton findings from federal and local initiatives that have significantly impacted health outcomes of children.
Session Objectives: Identify the ways CHIP has influenced children’s coverage and access to care from 2006 to 2012. Evaluate the overall effect of the Federal Healthy Start Program components on intermediate and long- term program outcomes and their impact on birth outcomes among program participants. Explain the goals of using an evaluation tool in Maternal Child Health home visits. Identify community-based childhood asthma intervention strategies that have resulted in improved health outcomes for children
Kimberly Arcoleo, PhD, MPH

Mhealth for maternal and child health (MCH) monitoring, evaluation and research   
Debra Jackson, RN MPH DSc, Yagespari Singh, BSc, Ameena Goga, MBCHB, Tanya Doherty, PhD, Petrida Ijumba, MSc, Mary Hartley, Andi Friedman and Mark Tomlinson, Ph.D.
Evolution of the children's health insurance program (CHIP): Findings from the second national program evaluation   
Ian Hill, MPA, MSW, Sarah Benatar, PhD, Embry M. Howell, MSPH, PhD, Brigette Courtot, MPH and Margaret Wilkinson
Selected findings from the evaluation of the federal healthy start program   
Vonna L. Caleb-Drayton, DrPH, Deborah Klein Walker, EdD, Sara M.A. Donahue, DrPH, MPH, Sarah W. Ball, MPH, ScD, Rebecca Fink, MPH, Keisher Highsmith, DrPH and David de la Cruz, PhD, MPH
Development of an evaluation tool for providers of maternal child health nursing visits   
Heather Alker, MD MPH, Suzanne Cashman, ScD, Josiah Bote, medical student UMMS, Lauren Veit, medical student, UMMS and Sheilah Dooley
Improving health outcomes for children with asthma: A mixed-method evaluation of the CALM program   
Laurie Carpenter, MSW, Julie Eismin, MPH, Laurie Lachance, PhD, MPH and Noreen Clark, PhD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Maternal and Child Health

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)