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Public Workforce Development

Public Workforce Development

Public Workforce Development

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Public Workforce Development is a collaboration between MDHHS and MPHI to strengthen and build capacity in the employees who deliver essential public health services for Michigan citizens. Managers and emerging leaders in both organizations participate in a Public Health Leadership Academy and leadership coaching and mentoring. A joint MDHHS-MPHI Workforce Development Team meets regularly to implement strategies to work toward state accreditation.

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The Program for Breast Cancer in Young Women (PBCYW)

The Program for Breast Cancer in Young Women (PBCYW)

The Program for Breast Cancer in Young Women (PBCYW)

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Working in partnership with MDHHS, the Program for Breast Cancer in Young Women is working to address the unique needs of women who have received a diagnosis of early state or metastatic breast cancer before the age of 45, and their caregivers. The project focuses on recruiting and engaging stakeholders to participate in the PBCYW Advisory Council. The Advisory Council will work to increase access to services and programs for young women with breast cancer and their caregivers.

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MI Innovations in Care Coordination

MI Innovations in Care Coordination

MI Innovations in Care Coordination

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The Michigan Innovations in Care Coordination (MICC) Project’s goal is to improve access to coordinated and integrated care for children at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder/Developmental Delay (ASD/DD). Through community, parent and stakeholder engagement, the MICC project educates and trains providers on providing timely evaluations and services for children. At risk children receive timely identification, intervention and coordination of services and family members are supported as equal partners in establishing a collaborative system of care.

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MI ACE Initiative

MI ACE Initiative

MI ACE Initiative

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The Michigan ACE Initiative raises awareness about the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) throughout the State of Michigan. ACEs include child physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, physical and emotional neglect, and family dysfunction. ACEs can have a lasting, negative effect on health and well-being and are linked to chronic health problems, mental illness and substance abuse in adulthood. Working with diverse leaders and a network of trainers and community champions, the Michigan ACE Initiative is focused on bringing statewide awareness to ACEs and implementing projects to build a trauma-informed and resilient Michigan.

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Patient and Family Engagement in Research

Patient and Family Engagement in Research

Patient and Family Engagement in Research

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Clinical research agendas have long been driven by researchers and clinicians. The Center for Strategic Health Partnerships is shifting this research paradigm to bring the voice of patients and families to the forefront by including them as equal partners in all aspects of research from conception of ideas all the way through to the dissemination and implementation of results. This patient-centered approach assures that research focuses on questions that are important to patients and families.

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Midwest Genetics Network

Midwest Genetics Network

Midwest Genetics Network

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This project facilitates partnerships to ensure children born with rare genetic conditions receive optimal genetic services by providing strategic directions, coordination, facilitation, education and training. Partners include families, genetic experts, health care providers, and newborn screening lab and follow-up programs. Stakeholders in IL, IN, KY, MI, MN, OH, and WI participate. MGN has built an infrastructure that links families of children who have genetic conditions to public health.

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Inborn Errors of Metabolism Collaborative

Inborn Errors of Metabolism Collaborative

Inborn Errors of Metabolism Collaborative

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The Inborn Errors of Metabolism Collaborative (IBEMC) is a nationwide network of clinicians and researchers whose goal is to improve outcomes for people with rare genetic disorders known as Inborn Errors of Metabolism (IBEM). Over the last decade, IBEMC's network has accumulated the largest single collection of clinical information on IBEM in the world including data on more than 2,100 patients. Current work is focused on increasing racial and ethnic diversity represented by the resource.

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2436 Woodlake Circle Suite 300 Okemos, MI 48864 Phone: (517) 324-8300 Fax: (517) 381-0260 Email: info@mphi.org