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Fall 2021 Series

Open Mic: 2022 HDSAI Interpretation Document (2/2)

December 14
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With 2022 just around the corner, we’re turning the webinar time over to you. This webinar will be the second of two spaces for you to bring any and all questions related to the 2022 HDSAI Interpretation Document and make sure you are prepared for the new documentation requirements before we start off the new calendar year.

Open Mic: 2022 HDSAI Interpretation Document (1/2)

November 16
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Prepping for 2022 HDSAI Mural Board – submit your questions here!

With 2022 just around the corner, we’re turning the webinar time over to you. This webinar will be the first of two spaces for you to bring any and all questions related to the 2022 HDSAI Interpretation Document and make sure you are prepared for the new documentation requirements before we start off the new calendar year.

Looking Back on 2021, Preparing for 2022

October 19
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Prepping for 2022 HDSAI Mural board–submit your questions here!

A lot has happened in 2021, and we’re getting ready for even more in 2022 as site visits resume! Join us on October 19th as the NCLHD Accreditation Program publicly releases the full annual survey data and the 2020-2021 Annual Report. We will then dedicate time to preparing for 2022 together by explaining Frequently Asked Questions and walk through some of the bigger HDSAI Interpretation Document changes in detail.

A Conversation with PHAB & NCLHDA

September 23
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Prepping for 2022 HDSAI Mural board–submit your questions here!
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The webinar will start with a review of key resources from NCLHDA. Then, PHAB representatives will discuss the Pathways Recognition Program https://phaboard.org/pathways/, a new offering designed for small, rural, and under-resourced health departments who are not ready for full PHAB accreditation. We’ll also hear from PHAB about Standards and Measures version 2022 and the upcoming vetting process. Finally, NCLHDA will introduce an interactive platform for you to share questions and feedback on programmatic changes to inform future webinar resources.

If you have time, we recommend that you watch two short Pathways Recognition Program videos prior to the webinar, the first providing an overview of the background and context for the program, and the second offering an introduction to two models for the program.

Summer 2021 Series

Back with Strategy: Turning plans to actions

Have you wondered how exactly you can use the VSMG dashboard to do MORE than just accreditation? Do you want to know how NCLHDA is practically moving the program forward? The monthly webinar series is returning in August with a webinar on the Accreditation Strategic Plan and how the plan will be tracked using the VMSG dashboard. After releasing the strategic roadmap in April, the Accreditation Program has been hard at work sketching out program goals and activities that align with our new values and priorities. We invite you to join us as we share our workplan for the year to come and track our progress along the way using the VMSG dashboard tools. 

Accreditation Participation: Engaging Local Health Department Staff and Partners in Accreditation.

June 17
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We will be releasing the new Why Accreditation Matters communications campaign. The webinar will go through all of the resources that are available to support accreditation among local health department staff, local, state and regional leaders and community members. We will also be unveiling the revisions to the NCLHDA Training webpage and a new on-demand training on the HDSAI Interpretation document.

Spring 2021 Series

Reading the Script and Learning the Lines: A Deep Dive into the HDSAI Interpretation Document Revisions

May 20
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Webinar. Actors tend to rely on “through lines” to learn their lines; they focus on learning the intent behind the words to help them remember. This webinar will go through the revisions that were made to the HDSAI Interpretation document. We will share the intent behind the revisions and how to use the new features to better understand the requirements and to increase efficiency in submitting evidence.

Action: Strategically Moving Forward.

April 22
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Webinar. The Accreditation Program has undertaken an in-depth strategic planning process with feedback from national accrediting organizations, professionals from other states, NCLHD Accreditation Board Members, and many of you from across North Carolina at both the state and local levels. The information gathered has informed a strategic direction for the NCLHD Accreditation Program. Learn the 2021-2025 goals for the NCLHD Accreditation Program and how they will benefit local health departments.

We will also release the revised 2022 HDSAI Interpretation Document and the 2020/2021 Retrospective HDSAI. Learn about the revisions and the plan for implementing the changes. There is no cost to attend; however, registration is required.

Accreditation: Behind the Scenes

March 18
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Accreditation is a team effort, not just locally – it takes a team to administer the program from the state’s program level as well. Learn who is “behind the scenes” of the accreditation program at the North Carolina Institute for Public Health. From paying the bills, to organizing site visits, to ensuring our annual report is something people will actually want to view, meet the team whose faces you don’t typically get to see, but whose work is critical to the success of the program. Participants will be able to ask questions during the webinar and will be able to submit questions ahead of time.

We will also be releasing the results of the Driving the Future Report specific to accreditation team members. Learn what the greatest training needs identified by local accreditation teams are and how the accreditation program is planning to meet those needs.

Winter 2021 Series

Lights, Camera, and Ready for Action: Learn about the Revised 10 Essential Public Health Services and Plans to Roll out the Revised HDSAI Interpretation Document.

February 18, 2021
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Revisions to the 10 essential public health services were released in September 2020. This webinar will provide an overview of the revisions along with an explanation of how these essential services map to the activities in the Health Department Self-Assessment Instrument. Additionally, this webinar will provide an update on the revised plans for rolling out the changes to the HDSAI Interpretation document.

NCLHDA Annual Update Webinar

January 21, 2021
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Every January an update webinar is held to share NCLHDA Program updates for the coming year. All local health departments are encouraged to have at least one accreditation team member join the webinar. This year’s webinar will include an overview of the rollout of revision to the HDSAI Interpretation Document.

Fall 2020 Series

Your Superhero Squad

Engaging staff in the accreditation process is important for agency quality improvement. The more staff at a local health department who use the HDSAI Interpretation document as a resource to submit evidence and evaluate agency activities, the more staff can be engaged in the how the health department is meeting its mission of promoting and protecting the health of the public. This webinar will focus on strategies for engaging all staff in the accreditation process.

September 24
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Using your Superhero Powers

The NCLHD Accreditation Dashboard provides a convenient and efficient method for submitting and review evidence. This webinar will focus on the basic functions of the dashboard for all users and will cover some of the functions available to users with higher levels of access. This webinar is designed for anyone who is new to using the dashboard or who would like a refresher.

October 22
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The Accreditation Origin Story

North Carolina was the first state to legislatively mandate local health department accreditation.  After fifteen years of implementation the program is in the midst of a long-term participatory revision process. This webinar will provide an overview of the Senate Bill 804 which created the accreditation program and the accreditation standards as established by the rules commission. Anyone who is interested in provided feedback during the open comment period of the HDSAI Interpretation document revision will benefit from attending this webinar.

November 5
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More Tools for Your Superhero Utility Belt

Free tools like Tableau Public, Canva and Jamboard provide new opportunities to communicate with staff, partners and communities. This webinar will introduce these three tools, share how they can be beneficial to Accreditation, provide a brief orientation to getting started and provide space to discuss questions and lessons learned with one another.

December 8
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Sample CHA Data

Summer 2020 Series

Public Health Superheroes: Protecting and Promoting Health in North Carolina
North Carolina local public health staff have been on the frontlines of addressing COVID-19. Join this webinar to learn about the 2020 Retrospective HDSAI Interpretation Document changes to address the twelve-month accreditation extension. The new COVID-19 Response and the NCLHDA HDSAI: A Guide for Potential Evidence will be released during the webinar.

June 17, 2020
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Understanding Your Community’s Superpowers

Engaging in positive and effective interactions with diverse cultures is critical to public health practice. Learning how to be more culturally competent is important for all health department staff. Participants on this webinar will learn how to apply at least one new strategy to increase staff cultural competency over the next year.

July 16, 2020
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Your Superhero Utility Belt

Public health professionals have a variety of problem solving and detective tools at their disposal. This webinar will focus on one specific resource, the Driving the Future: Assessment of the North Carolina Local Public Health Workforce. Participants will learn how to use the Driving the Future report to inform their training policies and plans.

August 20, 2020
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