NICHQ's ECCS Case Studies: Accelerating Action and Gaining Traction, developed by our Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network (ECCS CoIIN), provide insightful details and takeaways from our multiyear initiative to improve early childhood service systems in 12 states. NOW AVAILABLE!
Access our online collection of social media posts and graphics that promote immunization awareness.
Access our online collection of social media posts and graphics that promote breastfeeding awareness as well as evidence-based safe-sleep practices.
Too often, people living with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) and their families and caregivers miss critical healthcare appointments for a variety of reasons. These important resources and tools can be used to guide efforts to improve relationships between providers and people living with SCD.
Mental Health Awareness Month is celebrated to fight stigma, educate the public, and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness. We’ve put together an online collection of social media posts and graphics to outline the significant role mental health plays in overall health and wellness and promote better mental health for children, families, and caregivers.
Early Childhood Health Equity (ECHE) work seeks to strengthen early childhood systems to support healthy child development and reduce health inequities and disparities that can have a lifelong impact. These briefs synthesize the recent work of the ECHE Landscape Project and highlight the themes and findings that emerged across the project activities.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of children throughout the country have missed routine vaccinations. Vaccination is one of the best ways parents can protect infants, children, and teens from serious, highly contagious diseases, including measles, whooping cough and polio. During National Immunization Week, use these infographics to raise awareness about missed vaccinations and educate families on the importance of timely infant and child vaccinations.
Pediatricians, family physicians, and other health care providers can use these documents during conversations with families to address myths and facts about safe infant sleep and breastfeeding.