Mississippi Integrated Community Systems Documents

 

Mississippi Integrated Community Systems

 

 

 

 

The goals of MICS project evaluation are to assess the achievement and progress toward reaching project objectives, investigate portions of the project that are performing optimally so they can be replicated, determine the effectiveness of the project, and help equitably redistribute resources. Evaluation Plan (PDF)

 

 

 

A team of MICS partners completed this six-month quality improvement project in response to training provided by the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) in December 2010. MS Partnership for continuous quality improvement project implementation summary (PDF)

Dr. Mina Li,  joined by Michael R. Fraser, PhD, CAE, chief executive officer of  

Dr. Mina Li, (right), MICS project manager, presented the poster “A Collaborative Approach to Building Mississippi’s Integrated Community Systems for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP). She is joined by Michael R. Fraser, PhD, CAE, chief executive officer of AMCHP. 

 AUCD/AMCHP poster

 AUCD/AMCHP Poster

 

2011 SINO-American International Research Forum held at Jackson State University

Mina Li, MD, MS, PhD, CSM, third from right, Coordinator for Health Services and Research at IDS and Project Manager for MICS, presented information on the approach and application of the MICS project at the 2011 SINO-American International Research Forum held at Jackson State University on Apr. 27-28. During the forum, attendees met with Mayor Harvey Johnson, center, at the Jackson City Hall. The Chinese delegation from Guangxi Normal University included Bai Xiao Jun, Vice-President; Pan Meide, Vice-Dean, College of International Culture and Education; Xie Chong Gao, Dean of Fine Arts College; Chen Ju, Vice-President, College of Teacher’s Education; He Yun, Ph.D., Vice Dean of Graduate College; Chen Yan, Associate Professor, Law School; and Huang Weilin, Ph.D., Professor.   Lemuel Berry, Jr., Ph.D., Executive Director, National Association of African American Studies & Affiliates at Jackson State University and JSU faculty organized the forum. Dr. Li made a second presentation during the forum on the relationship between perceived cancer attitudes and health-risk behaviors among minority college students.

 

 

*The funding for the study is granted by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA).