What is the time commitment for being a reviewer?

Each review runs for approximately two months, once in the Spring and once in the Fall. The time commitment for serving as a reviewer is roughly 3 hours total including watching an orientation video, reviewing your assigned practice, and participating in one45 min review call with your fellow reviewers.

What are the benefits of being a reviewer?

Benefits of serving as a reviewer include: Contribute to the MCH field by providing valuable feedback to developing and established practices Be on the forefront of emerging MCH evidence-based/-informed practices Gain experience with program evaluation and a peer-review process Develop professionally while learning how AMCHP defines evidence and evaluates practices Connect with MCH professionals from…Continue reading What are the benefits of being a reviewer?

What do Innovation Hub reviewers do?

Reviewers assess submissions to the MCH Innovations Database along a Practice Continuum and assign a designation of Cutting-Edge, Emerging, Promising, or Best Practice depending on the level of evidence demonstrating a practice’s impact, among other criteria. Each submission is reviewed by three reviewers. Reviewers also generate feedback for the submissions that is shared back with the Innovation Hub applicants to help inform…Continue reading What do Innovation Hub reviewers do?