QCC Letters of Support
- Quad Council Response to NACNEP Report_May 2015
- Quad Council SOC Letter of Support_Jul 2014
- Quad Council Support and Commo re QCC Strat Plan_Apr 2014
- Quad Council Letter of Congrats RADM Trent-Adams, USPHS_Feb 2014
QCC Liaison Positions
QCC Liaison: Susan Little, MSN, RN, APHN-BC, CPHQ
NC Department of Health and Human Services
Nurse Consultant, Division of Public Health
QCC Liaison: Michele Issel
Professor and Director of PhD in Public Health Sciences
Department of Public Health Sciences
College of Health and Human Services
9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223
Partnerships in Action
There is a multi-site team of community health and public health nursing faculty exploring the utilization of the Quad Council Public Health Nursing Competencies:
- Dr. Barbara Joyce, University of Colorado, email@example.com
- Dr. Lucille Pilling, University of Pennsylvania, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monica Harmon, University of Pennsylvania, email@example.com
- Nancy Brown –Schott, University of Toledo, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Regina Johnson, University of Kansas, email@example.com
- Vicki Hicks, University of Kansas, firstname.lastname@example.org
- To advocate for the use of the 2011 Quad Council Competencies in Baccalaureate Education that expands education, practice, and research in the specialty of community / public health nursing (C/PHN).
- To support education, research, and practice of:
- Baccalaureate faculty using competency application in the specialty of C/PHN.
- Utilization of standardized evaluation tool for measuring outcomes in education, research, and practice.
- Multi-regional research among baccalaureate faculty teaching C/PHN.
Create an opportunity for developing an attitude of collaborative inquiry that will enhance the shared values, concepts, and ideas among a C/PHN faculty and [practice] learning community.
To address the challenges of an expanding 21st century health care delivery to populations and communities, community/public health nursing education, practice, and research focus on population health utilizing the Quad Council Competencies for PHN (2011).
Phase 1: Undergraduate PHN faculty survey and regional learning community
Phase 2: Public health nurse practice survey of use of PHN Competencies
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Prevention Team
Team Lead: Nancy Cheal, PhD, RN
National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, CDC
- Dr. Carolyn Saputnic – UC San Diego
- Dr. Ann Mitchell – University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing, PI
- Dr. Diane King – University of Alaska Anchorage
- Dr. Holly Hagle – IRETA, National SBIRT ATTC
Increase awareness of FASP for changes in practice to prevent drinking among adults, especially among reproductive aged women. The project wants to disseminate information about a universal alcohol screen for adults and a brief intervention that can increase motivation to stop drinking and referral for rather treatment.
- Through the American Academy of Colleges of Nursing (AACN):
- October 1, 2015 – Alcohol SBI Part I: What Nursing Faculty Need to Know
- November 5, 2015 – Alcohol SBI Part II: Integration into Undergraduate Nursing Curricula
- December 3, 2015 – Alcohol SBI Part III: Integration into Graduate Nursing Curricula
- April 27, 2016 – Integrating Motivational Interviewing Techniques for Brief Intervention into the Curriculum
- FUTURE: May 4, 2016 – Using Case Studies for Integrating SBIRT into Curriculum