Information for Network Members
Already a NIPN member or partner organization? See below for directions on how to access some of the many benefits.
Purpose: The NIPN Annual Meeting is designed to actively engage participants with real-world, hands-on training and tools in program development and sustainability, and includes focused content on conducting quality improvement activities in primary care settings. Sessions are tailored towards issues of interest for IP leaders and partners, QI coaches, practice facilitators, and data analysts. People with varied skill and experience levels can benefit from participating in this interactive, practical and idea generating meeting. There is ample opportunity for discussion and networking both within an across states.
Attendees: IP leaders, IP partners/stakeholders, quality improvement coaching staff, and program managers; non-IP professionals who oversee and/or conduct quality improvement activities in primary care practice settings that serve children may also attend.
Training Material: archives of past trainings are available on the Resource Center.
Agendas: View past agendas 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Learning Community Activities
(formerly called All-Sites Series
These activities are designed to help the network stay connected and to share information. From time to time Guest Speakers are asked to presentation.Format:
web-based meetings, webinars, conference calls Access:
provided via the listserv
archives of past All-Sites webinars are available on the Resource Center
Purpose: This is a moderated listserv site that is used by members of NIPN for requesting and sharing information.
How to Use: Send an e-mail addressed to NIPN@list.uvm.edu (tip: save in your contact list to have quick access), a copy of the message will be sent to all the people who currently subscribe to the list.
Note: discussions on this list are confidential.
Support: Contact us if you would like further information or need assistance. Additionally, you may review e-mail guidelines at http://www.uvm.edu/it/mailinglists.
Unsubscribe: If you wish to leave this list, you may do so at any time by sending the command "SIGNOFF NIPN" as the only line in the body of a message to the mailing list server at LISTSERV@LIST.UVM.EDU.
Purpose: This site is used as a resource and houses documents, recordings, contacts and more useful information for NIPN members. Keep your eyes peeled for an upgraded and redesigned site this fall!
Access: https://sharepoint.uvm.edu/sites/nipn/ (tip: bookmark or save as a favorite) Username and password are required.
Support: Contact us if you need assistance logging into the site.
Note: All passwords will need to be reset June 2018.
Benefits of Network Membership
Recognized IP programs receive access to the NIPN online Technical Assistance Resource Center, funding support to attend network meetings (as available) and are featured in NIPN presentations, marketing and communications materials and other network publications.
States that are interested in developing an IP program are provided access to the NIPN listserv and are invited to participate in regular network calls and in-person meetings to learn more about the IPs’ work.