On the forth episode of Connecting the Dots, we will be speaking with Gavin Rienne, MPH, an Epidemiology & Biostatistics Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kentucky College of Public
Our next guest at “What IPH?” Seminar, Dr. Kimberly I. Tumlin, assistant professor at the University of Kentucky, will explore these possibilities in a very interesting conversation with our program
“Hola! Hablas Español?” were the first words I exchanged with Jorge Sanchez, Iris Lopez, and Ana Burns after hearing them speak in Spanish in the hallway at the TCOM National
What role will AI play in our helping systems and how can it be used to improve outcomes for individuals and families?
Too often, it is the mindset that after transitioning out of care all needs will be met. This misnomer does not fit with TCOM, especially while using the CANS.
No more depending on the simple presence of amazing dashboards to change people’s habits. it’s time to nudge, remind, inform, tempt, incentivize, and persuade.
Placing People at the Center of Quality Reviews in Child Welfare Work: A Person-Centered and Psychologically Safe Systems Approach to Improvement
Think about your experiences serving children and families. Have there been times when you worried “doing it right” by policy actually meant “getting it wrong” for the people you were
Behind the Blue Podcast:
The Center for Innovation in Population Health
On this episode of “Behind the Blue,” Dr. Cull and Dr. Lindsey discuss the center’s mission and goals, the benefit for agencies that rely upon this type of crossover information, how the College of Public Health hopes to utilize the center to improve upon social determinants of health in the population, and more.
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