Implementation guide for public health practitioners : the Residency Program Collaborative and Community Health Center Collaborative
Published Date:April 2015
Corporate Authors:National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.). Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention. ; ICF International (Firm) ;
Description:I. Introduction -- II. Getting a Residency Program Collaborative or Community Health Center Collaborative -- III. Core Elements of the RPC/CHCC: Core Element 1: Evidence-Based Frameworks for Systems Change Within Primary Care; Core Element 2: Delivery of Collaborative Activities Core Element; 3: Practice-Level Transformation; Core Element 4: Expand Reach in Practices; Core Element 5: Management of Collaborative -- IV. Program Monitoring and Evaluation -- V. Conclusion -- References -- Appendix A. Glossary of Key Terms -- Appendix B. RPC/CHCC Logic Model -- Appendix C. RPC/CHCC Implementation Timeline -- Appendix D. Resources.
The purpose of this implementation guide is to describe key lessons learned from the evaluation of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physician’s (PAFP’s) Residency Program Collaborative and Community Health Center Collaborative (hereafter referred to as the RPC/CHCC). This document is intended for public health practitioners who are interested in using a quality improvement learning collaborative model to better understand how to implement this approach within their communities. Using lessons learned from the evaluation, this document includes considerations when trying to replicate this approach in different settings and with different audiences.
The document is organized into five main sections:
2. Getting a Residency Program Collaborative or Community Health Center Collaborative Started in Your Community
3. Core Elements of the RPC/CHCC
4. Program Monitoring and Evaluation
Suggested citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Implementation Guide for Public Health Practitioners: The Residency Program Collaborative and Community Health Center Collaborative. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services; 2015.
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