In May 2016, NAHIC’s Dr. Irwin presented at the “Title V ESM Learning Lab: Adolescent Health” hosted by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) on adolescent well-visit strategies and evidence-informed strategy measures. Click here to view Dr. Irwin’s slides; click here to view the full webinar; and click here for additional strategies developed by our colleagues at Strengthen the Evidence Base for MCH Programs on all 15 National Performance Measures (NPM), including the Annual Well Visit (Measure #10).
May 26, 2016
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