Program planning Mapp home work 5

Read this and answer the question below after reading. I will provide the link as well to click on and read the article at the end. 

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP)

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) is a community-driven strategic planning process for improving community health. Facilitated by public health leaders, this framework helps communities apply strategic thinking to prioritize public health issues and identify resources to address them. MAPP is not an agency-focused assessment process; rather, it is an interactive process that can improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and ultimately the performance of local public health systems.

MAPP Evolution: A Blueprint for the Future
Following a national evaluation of the MAPP framework, NACCHO is spearheading a MAPP evolution process to adapt the framework and related training and resources to better meet current field needs and trends around community health improvement (CHI). The evaluation provided foundational evidence for MAPPs effectiveness in facilitating CHI processes including initiating partnerships, understanding community perspectives, and meeting national standards and requirements. However, the study also provided foundational evidence for the need to update the framework to better integrate health equity and community engagement, address limitations and inefficiencies throughout the process, offer advanced training and resources, and expand its applicability to a broader variety of communities. With funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Health Resources and Services Administration, NACCHO worked with the field to outline revisions to the framework and develop a multi-year blueprint for conducting a MAPP re-design.

Access the MAPP Evolution Blueprint Executive Summary to learn more about the MAPP evolution process, proposed revisions to the framework, and next steps. As NACCHO is embarking on this exciting journey to evolve MAPP, we are committed to keeping the field informed and engaged in the process.

MAPP Evolution: Field Engagement Survey Complete this brief 5-minute survey to express your interest in engaging with NACCHO to inform MAPPs evolution. Opportunities include product reviews, sub-committees, key informant interviews, focus groups, and pilot testing new products.

Getting Started
As NACCHO is evolving the MAPP framework, we recognize that this important work cannot be put on hold and encourage communities to continue their MAPP processes using the current framework. Learn more about the existing six phases of MAPP by navigating through the pages below. For a high-level view of the community health assessment/community health improvement plan (CHA/CHIP), also see our CHA/CHIP homepage.

Listen to the Latest Webinar Recording:
MAPP Evolution A Blueprint for the Future
In this February 16 webinar, NACCHO described its process to evolve its flagship community health improvement (CHI) framework, Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP). This webinar outlined the evolution process; significant updates to the framework including the revised phases and assessments; approaches to center health equity and community power building through CHI; and took a sneak at future tools and resources. Listen to the recording here: https://bit.ly/3k08ohD and view the slides here.

FEATURED RESOURCES

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MAPP handbook
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MAPP handbook

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Webinar Recording: Include People with Disabilities in MAPP
Learn to support disability inclusion efforts in community health assessments and improvement plans.
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Webinar Recording: Include People with Disabilities in MAPP

MAPP PHASES
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Phase 1: Organize for Success & Partnership Development
This is the first phase of the MAPP process, covering how to organize for success.
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Phase 1: Organize for Success & Partnership Development

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Phase 4: Identify Strategic Issues
Phase four of the MAPP program helps you identify strategic issues before continuing the process.
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Phase 4: Identify Strategic Issues

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Phase 2: Visioning
Next is a collaborative process that leads to a shared community vision and common values.
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Phase 2: Visioning

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Phase 5: Formulate Goals & Strategies
This phase of the MAPP program will help you formulate goals and strategies to achieve them.
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Phase 5: Formulate Goals & Strategies

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Phase 3: The Four Assessments
Once phase two is complete, you can move on to collecting and analyzing data.
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Phase 3: The Four Assessments

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Phase 6: Action Cycle
Phase 6 of the MAPP process helps you put your strategies into action.
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Phase 6: Action Cycle

ADDITONAL RESOURCES
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Marketing and Communication
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Marketing and Communication

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Evaluation and Performance Improvement
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Evaluation and Performance Improvement

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Factsheets and General Resources
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Factsheets and General Resources

National Association of County and City Health Officials

Note: the full article website is

https://www.naccho.org/programs/public-health-infrastructure/performance-improvement/community-health-assessment/mapp

Note: the instructions question to answer is
Homework #5: Submit a one-paragraph answer to this question on Bb and be prepared to discuss it in class.

Why is visioning such an important process in MAPP?

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