2021 National T/TA Needs Assessment Open for YOUR Input!
About the National Needs Assessment: The Health Resources and Services Administration’s Bureau of Primary Health Care (HRSA/BPHC) has requested a national health center training needs assessment. This one-time assessment will inform the development of training and technical assistance (T/TA) necessary to support health centers improve access to primary health care as well as to advance quality and impact over the next two-three years.
All health center staff are invited to take the 20-minute assessment using the link here:
Objectives: This Needs Assessment will:
- Minimize response burden by reducing the number of needs assessments deployed to health centers.
- Improve ease in response through a streamlined questionnaire.
- Identify priority training topics for BPHC, NTTAP, PCA and HCCN attention.
Who: All health center staff! Your input will influence future T/TA offered by BPHC’s training entities, like PCAs, HCCNs and NTTAPs.
How: The assessment will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. Access the assessment via an easy on-line portal on the NACHC website. If you’re experiencing technical difficulties accessing the hyperlink above, please use the link below to access the assessment:
Timeframe: August 12 – October 1, 2021.
Your health center’s response is critical! Thank you for your participation!
QUESTIONS: Contact KaRon Campbell, NACHC Manager, Needs Assessment and Evaluation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: The 2021 needs assessment is coordinated by NACHC on behalf of the 21 National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAPs) funded by HRSA/BPHC, Learn more at: Our Partners | Health Center Resource Clearinghouse (healthcenterinfo.org)