PRESENTATION: Dr. Mays to Speak before Public Health National Center for Innovations Learning Community
Dr. Mays will present Multi-Sector System Capital among States Participating in the 21st Century Public Health Initiative to the PHNCI Learning Community during an upcoming webinar.
The Public Health National Center for Innovations (PHNCI) at the Public Health Accreditation Board launched in November 2015. PHNCI is designed to foster alignment and spread of innovations in public health practice that promise to advance a culture of health. PHNCI supports the development, testing and dissemination of models of innovation and will serve as the coordinating body for a number of allied, national initiatives being applied at health departments across the country. These innovations will serve as pathways for the nation’s health departments as they work to be conveners, providers and strategists that our communities need to improve health and well-being.
At the core of PHNCI’s current body of work is a learning community comprised of three pilot states (Ohio, Oregon, and Washington) implementing the transformations required to provide the foundational public health services and ensure health equity. A system-wide collaboration in each state leads this work, and more specific information is available on the Ohio Public Health Partnership, the Oregon Coalition of Local Health Officials, Inc., and the Washington State Association of Local Public Health Officials websites.
Dr. Mays' presentation slides will be availble on his BePress archive after June 30, 2017.