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Functions and Ten Essential Services of Public Health Workshop
This two day workshop
utilizes the MAPP -Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships
model of public health planning to demonstrate how the Core functions and
ten Essential Services of public health can be practiced to achieve the
model standards of performance established by the National Public Health
Foundation. The workshop will provide opportunities for participants to
learn and to practice MAPP and Core Function skills through simulation
exercises and group consensus building. The skill sets of this workshop
are organized under the three core functions: Assessment, Policy
Development and Assurance. At the conclusion of the training,
participants will complete a mock MAPP process incorporating each of the
three Core Functions and ten Essential Services to produce a sample
community health improvement action plan.
Those who want to
learn about the key public health concepts of the Core Functions and
Essential Services, the National Public health Performance Standards and
the MAPP model.
Those interested in
improving partnership and community organization leadership and
Those involved in quality
improvement, public health preparedness, assessment, community health
improvement and strategic planning processes.
At the completion of this workshop the
Define the Core
Functions and Ten Essential Services of Public Health and demonstrate
how the MAPP model is utilized to carry out the practice of public
health in accordance with the National Public Health Performance
to express public health data in verbal and written formats and state
conclusions drawn from the data.
Understand the four
assessments of the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and
Partnership model of community health improvement.
related to identifying and prioritizing strategic issues in a group
Describe the Action
Cycle phase of the MAPP
Describe the elements of an effective evaluation including Utility,
Feasibility, Propriety and Accuracy.
related to developing action plans and logic models
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