What’s New 2005

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June 2005

New Checklist Added to Our Site

The Early Care and Education Program and Policy Checklist is available from the Extension Cares Initiative and is posted on our website.

June 2005

Two New Sites Join Our Network & Three Sites Conduct their First Seminar!

We added two new sites to our network! Kentucky and North Carolina attended a training in Madison, Wisconsin in January 2005.
This spring, three sites conducted their first Family Impact Seminar: Georgia (March), North Carolina (May), and Pennsylvania (June). Congratulations to our new sites!

April 2005

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Improving Health Care Quality and Cost Efficiency

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the thirteenth issue, Improving Health Care Quality and Cost Efficiency, which features an interview with Dr. Arnold Milstein.

March 2005

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Reforming the Health Care System

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the twelfth issue, Reforming the Health Care System.

February 2005

Family Policy: An Introduction

Another great resource for teaching family policy is an online lecture by Professor Karen Bogenschneider and Elizabeth Gross, Family Policy: An Introduction. Check out these new materials!

January 2005

Additional Resources for Teaching Family Policy

Teaching Family Policy on College Campuses

Teaching Family Policy on College Campuses has been revised and updated. There are additional syllabi posted, as well as Family Policy definitions and dimensions, assignments, and teaching techniques.

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Rising Health Care Costs

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the eleventh issue, Rising Health Care Costs.

January 2005

2005 Seminars