Subject: Your Inspiration & Resources for Improving Children's Health

3 Keys for Engaging the Right Partners to Advance Your Work
Improving children’s health systems means tackling complex and often interconnected barriers that require a multidisciplinary team to address. Leadership development expert Gwen Webber-McLeod shares her strategies for identifying and engaging the right stakeholders to create fruitful partnerships.
How to Align Quality Improvement and Public Health Accreditation
NICHQ and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials present a new issue brief detailing how large improvement initiatives intersect with public health accreditation. These connections allow health agencies to align their efforts to create efficient systems for achieving dual goals.
Yes, ‘Quality’ Has Different Meanings in Healthcare and Public Health
Healthcare and public health both strive to improve people’s health, but they don’t always define “quality” the same way. NICHQ Improvement Advisor Connie Cowley explains the nuances in both fields’ views of quality and quality improvement.
What Health Equity Efforts Can Learn From Immunization Initiatives
Achieving health equity requires solutions to systemic challenges at the community, state and national levels. Efforts to improve immunization rates may provide a model that can be used to address and close disparities across racial, financial and geographic barriers.
How to Ace Onboarding New
Team Members for a QI Initiative

Welcoming new members is an exciting part of working in teams on long-term initiatives, and getting them off on the right path can help them reach their potential as contributors. These tips will guide you to strong onboarding procedures that let everyone hit the ground running.
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