Missouri Effective Practices Project (MEPP)
The Missouri Effective Practices Project (MEPP) was developed by the Missouri Institute for Community Health and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. It is a project of Missouri’s Multi-State Learning Collaborative (MLC-2 and 3). MEPP is a collection of practices and stories collected from Local Health Departments in Missouri and presented as a resource to the public health workforce across the state. The practices are based on the 10 Essential Services and Skills. The stories focus on the daily lives of public health workers in the field and highlight the purpose of public health in the community.
Practices and stories can be used to:
If you wish to be interviewed for a practice or story, please contact:
Beverly Triana-Tremain, PhD