The Training Core aims to prepare undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral trainees for the workforce through the development and implementation of workforce training initiatives. Asynchronous online modules monitored and evaluated by the Training Core, support skill development in areas of translational science/inquiry, ethics, community health and wellness, professional communication, and policy/advocacy. The Training Core facilitates experiential learning projects, enhances diversity amongst MCH Trainees, and pursues training grants to support student research engagement. Interprofessional collaboration is encouraged by working closely with the other MCHTRT cores and community partners to assist in developing leadership skills in the areas of clinical expertise and research.
Our vision is to build a community of practice for MCH in Arizona and accelerate research and evaluation, training, and practice for marginalized and underserved MCH populations. We couldn't do this without our dedicated community partners! Join our team by emailing MCHTRT@asu.edu.