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									2012 – 2013
UW LEND Individual Leadership Training Plan (ILTP):                               Name___________________________________
A Guide for Leadership Development                                                Discipline________________________________
    Online version available via your UW LEND ePortfolio                          Date of Training___________________________

                                                             Competency 1
                                   Master Maternal and Child Health Leadership Competencies (Prof, SBP)
      Learning Outcomes                                Required Activities                               Complementary Activities
    Acquire core values           Complete all activities:                                       Complete at least 1 activity:
     applicable to MCH              Attend UW MCH Leadership seminar on                           Interview a leader in your discipline or in
     populations: leadership,         Overview/Introduction to MCHB;                                 the arena of neurodevelopmental
     prevention, cultural            OR                                                              disabilities or maternal and child health
     competence, family-            Read Alexander, G. (2003). Our Legacy for Leadership in         to gain knowledge of their steps to
     centered and community-          MCH. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 7 (3), 145-150         attaining leadership skills. Write a brief
     based systems of services,       and write a reflective statement.                              reflective statement.
     elimination of health          Present a mentored leadership research project at the         Attend or participate in a Legislative Day
     disparities, and evidence –      annual Presentation of Trainee Leadership Projects (First      at Washington State capital or other
     based practice.                  week in June).                                                 advocacy activity on a topic related to
    Acquire skills to stay                                                                          NDRD/ASD.
     informed of the ever-         Complete at least 2 activities:                                 Other, please list
     changing demographic,          Join the MCH Alert Listserv by sending an e-mail message
     political, social, and           to MCHALERT-request@list.mchgroup.org with
     scientific climate and be        “SUBSCRIBE” in the subject line.
     prepared to anticipate,        View the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
     change and adapt in              Health’s Mini Lecture #1: Tapping Into Your Leadership
     response to emerging              Potential http://www.jhsph.edu/wchpc/MCHLDS/m1.html and
     challenges and                    write a reflective statement.
     opportunities affecting          Participate with CTU/LEND faculty in presentations for
     children with NDDs, their         community agencies or professional organizations
     families and the systems         Participate on a UW LEND committee or a community-
     serving this population.          based forum, workgroup, or meeting.
                                                            Competency 2
          Acquire/demonstrate knowledge and Clinical Skill in Evaluation and Management of NDRD/ASD (MK, PC, SBP, PBLI)
    Learning Outcomes                                Required Activities                                 Complementary Activities
   Be familiar with types of    Complete all activities:                                         Complete at least 1 activity:
    developmental disabilities    Review “Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy,           Participate in an intervention program for
    that occur in infancy,          Childhood, or Adolescence” in the DSM-IV TR, APA,                children with NDRDs/ASDs
    childhood, or adolescence.      (2000).                                                        Read 2 articles from the UW LEND
   Be familiar with the            OR                                                               recommended readings on NDRD
    assessment process, use of    Review CDC’s Facts about developmental disabilities –             diagnostic topics and write a brief
    screening and diagnostic        http://www.cdc.gov/NCBDDD/actearly/facts.html                    statement summarizing or critiquing or a
    tools, and evidence-based     Be familiar with typical developmental milestones:                reflective statement.
    interventions for children      http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/index.html       Participate in Infant Assessment Training
    with NDDs/ASDs.                 or other resources.                                              Course with permission of OT/PT
   Effectively interpret         Be familiar with the Arc of King County’s Resource Guide          department.
    assessment results and          for children and adults with intellectual disabilities         Other, please list
    communicate to                  http://www.arcofkingcounty.org/resource-guide
    interdisciplinary team
    members and family.          Complete at least 3 activities:
   Understand State and          Observe and/or participate on Child Development Clinic’s
    Federal systems that            interdisciplinary diagnostic team (pre-assessment teaching
    provide services for            seminars, evaluations, case conferences, parent
    children with NDDs/ASDs         conferences).
    and their families.           Attend or view archived UW LEND core seminars on
                                    Intellectual Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders,
                                    Prematurity, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, etc. (Refer
                                    to the LEND website:
                                    http://depts.washington.edu/lend/seminars/archive.html
                                  Participate in and/or observe assessments, interdisciplinary
                                    team conferences and parent conferences in other
                                    CTU/CHDD clinics or community-based clinics as
                                    approved by the UW LEND mentor and training director.
                                  Complete the module on Early Identification of Autism
                                    Spectrum Disorders and take the on line quiz.
                                    http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/content/early-identification-
                                    asd-module
                                  View Adolescent Health Care Transition website:
                                    http://depts.washington.edu/healthtr/
                                                            Competency 3
                           Acquire Knowledge, and Mastery of Interdisciplinary Team Practice (MK, PC, ISC, SBP)
    Learning Outcomes                                  Required Activities                                 Complementary Activities
   Know the roles and            Complete all activities:                                           Complete at least 1 activity:
    competencies of LEND           View online UW LEND Discipline Modules and submit                 Read 1 of the readings from the UW
    core disciplines                 evidence of completion. (LEND Website)                             LEND recommended reading list on
   Know principles of             Read Patel, D., Pratt, H., & Patel, N. (2008). Team processes       interdisciplinary practice/team building
    interdisciplinary,               and team care for children with developmental disabilities.        skills and summarize
    multidisciplinary, and uni-      Pediatric Clinics of North America, 55, 1375-1390.               Serve as case manager (or co-manager)
    disciplinary practice.                                                                              for an interdisciplinary assessment
   Recognize, value and          Complete at least 2 activities:                                       team in the Child Development Clinic
    honor diverse perspectives     Observe and/or participate in team assessments in CHDD              or other clinical setting.
    (e.g. ethnic, cultural,          interdisciplinary clinics (LEND Website).                        Facilitate or co-facilitate an
    economic, professional         Participate in ≥ 1 Child Development Clinic pre-assessment          interdisciplinary task force, or work
    discipline) of team              teaching seminar.                                                  group activity.
    members.                       Participate in community-based clinical programs that utilize     Participate in a research activity
                                     at least 2-3 different disciplines                                 involving more than one discipline or
                                   Attend an interdisciplinary meeting, task force, workgroup, or      requiring team collaboration.
                                     similar venue.                                                   Other, please list
                                                           Competency 4
                     Acquire Knowledge of Life Course Theory and other Social Determinants of Health (MK, ISC, SBP)
    Learning Outcomes                                 Required Activities                                 Complementary Activities
   Understand how race,        Complete all activities:                                            Complete at least 1 activity:
    ethnicity, and               Read the MCHB concept paper: “Rethinking MCH: The Life             Complete a literature search for
    socioeconomic factors          Course Model as an Organizing Framework”.                           articles on Life Course published in
    influence the access to        http://mchb.hrsa.gov/lifecourse/rethinkingmchlifecourse.pdf         journals specific to your discipline,
    health care services.        Participate in MCH Leadership Seminar on the topic of Life           read article(s), and write a ≤ 1 page
   Become familiar with the       Course or complete associated learning activities.                  review.
    key life course concepts:                                                                        View archived video presentation
    timeline, timing,           Complete at least 1 activities:                                        Science of Child development and
    environment, and equity.     Participate in Child Development Clinic pre-assessment               Future of Early Childhood Policy
                                   teaching seminars applying life course concepts to the review       http://developingchild.harvard.edu/ind
                                   and discussion of health care disparities that may influence a      ex.php/resources/multimedia/symposiu
                                   specific child’s assessment plan or final recommendations.          m_presentations_and_videos/ .
                                 View archived MCH webinar:                                         Visit the Harvard University Center on
                                   o Federal Overview : MCHB’s Current and Future Life                 Developing Child website to become
                                       Course Activities                                               familiar with online life course
                                       https://services.choruscall.com/links/hrsa110519.html           resources
                                   o Other live/archived webinars related to Life Course               http://developingchild.harvard.edu/topi
                                 Review ≥ 2 articles from the UW LEND recommended                     cs/foundations_of_lifelong_health/
                                   readings on the topic of Life Course and comment, critique or     Other, please list
                                   summarize.
                                                              Competency 5
                                   Acquire Knowledge and Skill in Family-Centered, Culturally Competent,
                                            Community-based Health Care (PC, Prof, ISC, PBLI)
    Learning Outcomes                                   Required Activities                                 Complementary Activities
   Understand the value of        Complete all activities:                                           Complete at least 1 activity:
    parent-professional             Attend or view archived UW MCH Leadership seminars on             During parent conferences, make
    partnerships.                     Family-Centered Care and Cultural Competency                       referrals to community agencies that
   Understand how your own         Read the MCHB’s definition of Family-Centered Care                  reflect the values and cultural beliefs
    cultural beliefs and values       http://www.spannj.org/cyshcn/overview/What_is_Family_Cen           of the family.
    have an impact on                 tered_Care_-_MCHB.pdf                                            Participate in the UW LEND Families
    interactions with families      Kodo, C. (2009). Cultural competence in clinician                   as Mentors Program
   Understand the impact of          communication. Pediatrics in Review, 30 (2) 57-64. Can be        Evaluate a clinic or program using a
    policies and practice upon        accessed at:                                                       family-centered care assessment tool
    children and families from        http://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2719963/pdf/nihms1         and discuss the findings. A FCC Self-
    racial and ethnic groups.         17646.pdf                                                          Assessment tool can be found at:
   Acquire the knowledge                                                                                https://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/6
    and skills to provide          Complete at least 2 activities:                                       739/images/fcca_ProviderTool.pdf
    cultural competent care         Visit > 1 community clinical site and complete online             Other, please list
    (understand, appreciate,          questionnaire for each community site visited. Refer to LEND
    honor, and respect cultural       website for Community Clinical Site Opportunities:
    differences and similarities      http://depts.washington.edu/lend/trainees/clinical.html
    within and between              Demonstrate family-centered practice during family interviews
    cultures.                         and parent conferences.
   Understand how cultural,        Use interpreters when interviewing and working with people
    ethnic, and socioeconomic         from diverse cultures when English is not their primary
    factors influence the             language.
    access to health care           Visit online resources to learn more about cultural competence
    services for children with        o ETHNO-MED website http://ethnomed.org
    NDRDs/ASDs.
                                                              Competency 6
                              Acquire Knowledge and Skill to Evaluate, Apply, and Conduct Research (MK, PBLI)
    Learning Outcomes                                    Required Activities                                  Complementary Activities
   Acquire a working               Complete all activities:                                            Complete at least 1 activity:
    understanding of research        Participate in UW LEND core seminar on the topic of                Identify and/or apply evidence-based
    principles, methodology,           evidence-based practice/research or complete associated             practices in intervention sessions you
    and practical application.         learning activities.                                                observe or conduct.
   Acquire ability to critically    Perry, A. & Weiss, J. (2007). Evidence-based practice in           Use population data (e.g. NSCH, NS-
    evaluate research related          developmental disabilities: What is it and why does it matter?      CSHCN) to develop a needs
    to diagnosis, treatment,           Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 13 (1),                      assessment of a population for the
    etc. for children,                 http://www.oadd.org/publications/journal/issues/vol13no1/dow        purposes of designing programs,
    adolescents, or adults with        nload/rsig_perry.pdf                                                formulating policy, and conducting
    NDRD/ASD.                        Publish research in a peer-reviewed journal (required for post-      research or training
                                       doctoral trainees).                                                 http://childhealthdata.org/
                                                                                                         Participate in at least 1 live or archived
                                    Complete at least 2 activities:                                        MCH.sponsored DataSpeak webinars
                                     Be familiar with and review resources for evidence-based             http://mchb.hrsa.gov/mchirc/dataspeak
                                       research specific to your discipline                                /pastevent.htmhttp://mchb.hrsa.gov/mc
                                     Apply evidence-based practices when discussing assessment            hirc/dataspeak/pastevent.htm
                                       plans and intervention recommendations during                     Present research at regional or national
                                       Child Development Clinic pre-assessment training seminars           meetings
                                     Visit National Professional Development Center website and         Other, please list
                                       familiarize yourself with criteria for evidence-based practice
                                       http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/content/evidence-based-practices
                                     Visit the CanChild website review and familiarize yourself
                                       with resources on evidence-based information on disability
                                       research. http://www.canchild.ca/en/#
                                     Participate in the EnRICH (Research Innovations &
                                       Challenges) webinar series featuring special topics related
                                       MCH research. http://www.mchb.hrsa.gov/research/media-
                                       webinar.asp
                                                           Competency 7
                      Acquire Knowledge and Skill Applying Title V Legislation and Public Health Core Principles to
                                    Maternal and Child Health Programs and Practices (MK, SBP)
    Learning Outcomes                                  Required Activities                                  Complementary Activities
   Be familiar with MCH          Complete all activities:                                            Complete at least 1 activity:
    core functions of public       Attend or view archived UW MCH Leadership Seminars: (1)            Write a convincing MCH story
    health: assessment, policy       Federal and State Overview of MCHB Programs and Activities          designed to motivate constituents and
    development, and                 and (2) Introduction to Leadership in MCH or complete               policymakers to take action on a topic
    assurance                        associated learning activities.                                     related to services for individuals with
   Be familiar with key           Read “About Title V”                                                 NDRD/ASD.
    factors that affect public       http://www.amchp.org/AboutTitleV/Pages/default.aspx               Attend one of the bi-monthly WA
    health core functions for                                                                            Dept. of Health Children with Special
    MCH populations               Complete at least 1 activities:                                        Health Care Needs Communication
    (economic, political, and      Participate in WA State Title V activities and collaborative         Network Meetings and write a brief
    social trends).                  projects between the CTU and WA Depts. of Health:                   reflective statement
   Be familiar with federal,            o Nutrition Network:                                          Attend one of the WA State
    state, and local programs                 http://depts.washington.edu/cshcnnut                       Combating Autism Advisory Council
    that support children with           o Medical Home: http://medicalhome.org                          Meetings and write a brief reflective
    neurodevelopmental             Read at least 1 article from the UW LEND recommended                 statement
    disabilities and their           readings on advocacy and policy.                                  Survey MCH resources in your own
    families (SSI, CSHCN).         Participate in 1 or more types of advocacy activities:               state
   Acquire skills necessary to      legislative advocacy, interagency or system-level advocacy, or    Other, please list
    defend and advocate for          judicial advocacy.
    the MCH population in
    competitive economic and
    political environments
                                                            Competency 8
                                 Utilize Information Technology to Promote Innovative Practice Models
    Learning Outcomes                                Required Activities                                Complementary Activities
   Be familiar with UW         Complete all activities:                                          Complete at least 1 activity:
    computing and technology     Acquire a UW Net ID                                              Participate in a professional listserv or
    services: ePortfolio,        Develop and maintain a UW LEND ePortfolio for tracking             other type of online discussion specific
    electronic medical record      completion of training requirements                               to your discipline
    system; viewing archived                                                                       Other, please list
    core and leadership         Complete at least 2 activities:
    seminars, webinars, etc.     Participate in live or archived webinars: MCHB, AUCD,
                                   PacWest, (Early Intervention Series, Life Course Series, MCH
                                   Research Series), or others.
                                 Conduct a literature search on a topic related to NDRDs/ASD,
                                   public health, or other topic related to your personal UW
                                   LEND training objectives
                                 Join the AUCD trainee listserv and participate in discussions
                                   http://www.aucd.org/template/page.cfm?id=637
                                 Join the AUCD Trainees Facebook group or LinkedIn group
                                   http://www.aucd.org/template/page.cfm?id=313 (see Trainee
                                   Connections)

								
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