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Peer Exchange Opportunities

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MCH EPI Conference: The CityMatCH Leadership & MCH Epidemiology Conference brings together more than 700 MCH professionals to present research, share experiences, enhance knowledge, and discuss emerging MCH topics. The results are improved MCH research activities in the field, data use, networking, increased mentoring opportunities, and informed policymaking. Archived sessions from previous MCH EPI conferences are available for review.

2018 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference
September 12–14, 2018. Portland, OR.

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MCH EPI Listserv: The listserv includes almost 800 MCH scientists and program directors, and provides quick peer exchange and technical assistance on “hot topics” and informs participants of upcoming events and opportunities. To be added to the MCH EPI Listserv, please e-mail us at MCHEPI@cdc.gov.

MCH EPI Grand Rounds: One-hour scientific broadcasts take place quarterly. These active internet exchanges include audio and PowerPoint presentations from MCH experts across the country with lively discussion by phone and Internet. These broadcasts are arranged in advance to focus on important and timely MCH issues including epidemiologic studies, policy and program evaluation, methodological issues and tools, and emerging MCH topics. For more information please e-mail us at MCHEPI@cdc.gov to be added to the MCH EPI Listserv.

DataSpeak: Sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), DataSpeak is a series of Web conferences that feature special topics related to Maternal and Child Health (MCH) data, including research on children with special health care needs (CSHCN). Each event features one or more speakers who are considered experts in their field. Visit the archived events for streamed archives of past DataSpeak events.

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