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With funding from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the MCH Library provides access to critical resources for leaders and the workforce in state Title V agencies, communities, health professionals, educators, researchers, policymakers, and families in order to facilitate changing policies and activities.

For Professionals

For Professionals

Resources for program and service planning, implementation, and evaluation. GO >

For Families

For Families

Information about pregnancy, babies, kids, and teens to help keep your family healthy and safe. GO >

For Students

For Professional Education

Materials for students in formal educational settings and professional development opportunities. GO >

For Schools

For Schools (K-12)

Topics include nutrition, physical activity, social development, violence prevention, and sexuality. GO >

New Library Resources: March – April 2014

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MCH Alert

April 18,  2014

  • Spotlight on Training: Housing, Context, and the Well-Being of Children and Youth (symposium)

  • Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators: Progress Update

  • 17 Alpha-Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate (17P) (fact sheet)

  • Firearm-Related Injuries Among Children Ages 0 Through 14 (fact sheet)

  • Roadmap to Statewide Implementation of the Pyramid Model

  • Also new (topics include peer support in health; increasing access to Spanish-language materials; a comprehensive approach to transition; relationships, fidelity, and home visiting; promoting parenting in pediatric primary care; teen birth; health disparities training; diagnosing and screening for obesity-related conditions; capturing social and behavioral domains in EHRs; Medicaid health homes; new directions in child abuse and neglect research; promoting maternal weight control and reducing childhood obesity in Mississippi; integrating oral health and primary care practice; increasing adolescent seat belt use)

New Technologies Initiative

The MCH Library is researching and pilot testing new technologies that have applications in public health settings: