eQIP – A Partnership for Qualified Individuals
“Not just talk, but a call to action. eQIP curates the resources you need to do the work with others effectively.“
Join our partnership to learn from and support other QI’s working on behalf of children and families within the structure of the Families First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA).
What is eQIP?
A Collaborative Partnership for Qualified Individuals (QI’s)
The Center for Innovation in Population Health (IPH-C) at the University of Kentucky is proud to help support the eQIP initiative.
eQIP is a groundbreaking virtual partnership in support of QI’s. The intention is to serve as a hub for collaboration, a central point of connection, and a beacon for gathering information and resources specific to the role of the QI. eQIP is meant to be a place for thoughtful sharing of ideas, questions, and best-practices for QIs; and it’s absolutely free! Becoming a partner of the eQIP will allow you to interact with peer professionals across the United States and to strengthen your skillset as a QI in the pursuit of supporting of children and families through FFPSA.
eQIP – Special Events
**New Podcast Series For QI’s**
We are honored to introduce to you, Let’s Talk about It: QI Conversations About What Really Matters. This is a casual face to face sit down featuring two FFPSA colleagues that don’t know each other, with the goal of having thoughtful discussions about what matters the most in their work. The discussion is recorded to allow you to view an entertaining exchange of real ideas, strategies, and passion for the work!
You Can Never Go Home Again: Planning for Reunification from Residential Treatment
About Our Guest
Mr. Bob Lieberman, the former CEO of a multi-service children’s mental health agency turned consultant with over 48 years of experience in psychiatric residential and mental health services across the continuum. He has consulted and advised agencies across the United States. Mr. Lieberman is a Certified Trainer of the Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS) approach by Think: Kids, a program based in the Department of Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Mr. Lieberman is also certified by ACE Interface as a Master Trainer in Understanding the NEAR Sciences. He’s written extensively and is co-editor of “Residential Interventions for Children, Adolescents, and Families, a Best Practice Guide” and of “Transforming Residential Interventions; Practical Strategies and Future Directions.” He is highly regarded statewide and nationally for advancing trauma-informed care in organizations and communities and for his decades of work at all levels of residential practice and policy.
Words From the Bench: A Conversation about Youth, Families, and Placement Recommendations with The Honorable Judge Guyton
About Our Guest
Judge David G. Guyton is a Family Court Judge in Rock Hill, SC. Judge Guyton was elected to the Family Court Bench in February 2010, re-elected in 2013 and 2019. He also served as an Associate City Judge for the City of Rock Hill from 1999 to 2009.
Judge Guyton is a member of the York County Bar, the SC Bar, the American Bar Association, the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and is admitted to practice in the US District Court for the District of South Carolina. He served on the Commission on Lawyer Conduct for over 10 years and currently serves on the Commission on Judicial Conduct. He served as a private Guardian ad Litem in custody cases and as a Volunteer GAL in DSS Neglect and Abuse cases. He also volunteered many hours to the pro bono and Military Assistance to Military Personnel programs of the SC Bar.
Judge Guyton is a past President of the York County Bar Association, and the Kiwanis Club of Rock Hill. He has served as the Judge Advocate for VFW Post 2889 and the Marine Corps League Olde English Leathernecks Detachment, and is a lifetime member of both organizations.
eQIP – Inaugural Event
The Center for Innovation in Population Health invites you to join us at the 19th annual TCOM Conference “LEX! GO POP HEALTH”. The TCOM conference brings together practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and advocates from around the world to share knowledge, strategies, and best practices in implementing TCOM in their communities. This year’s conference promises to be an exciting and informative event, with keynote speakers, workshops, and networking opportunities. Registration is open, and we encourage you to take advantage of the early bird pricing that is available for a limited time.
To learn more, please visit the conference page.