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Application extended! Applications for NACCHO workgroups will be accepted through Tuesday, April 30!

NACCHO's advisory groups are a primary and recognized vehicle for identifying the opportunities and challenges facing local health departments (LHDs) and the field at large. NACCHO members from all areas of public health come together to explore the many facets of the field and help NACCHO make the best decisions in serving its members, and local public health.

NACCHO invites LHD leaders and their staff to apply to help inform and guide NACCHO's projects. We invite you to lead your professional organization by sharing your talents and expertise.

For more information about NACCHO's advisory groups, email advisorygroups@naccho.org.

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After you log in to the MyNACCHO site, you'll click on "My NACCHO" and then click "Apply to Join a Workgroup" in the box on the right.

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What to Expect

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Workgroup Descriptions

These are descriptions of NACCHO's Subject Matter Expert Advisory Workgroups

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Workgroup Descriptions

NACCHO's Subject Matter Expert Advisory Workgroups are smaller groups of subject matter specialists with expertise in a specific programmatic area. Workgroup members assist NACCHO by developing policy statements, advising on issues important to local health departments, and informing NACCHO programs. Workgroup members may provide a voice for NACCHO on the federal level when invited or may be asked to speak at specific conferences and events on behalf of NACCHO. Membership in these groups is by appointment from the chair of the group and the NACCHO staff lead for the group.

NACCHO’s Subject Matter Expert Advisory Workgroups (Workgroups) comprise members with expertise in local public health practice. Workgroup members:

  • Play an integral part in ensuring NACCHO’s policy and advocacy is grounded in the latest science and the day-to-day experience of local health departments;
  • Connect with peers and other subject matter experts in the field;
  • Gain exposure to innovative programmatic work at NACCHO and in other local health departments across the country; and
  • Help craft policy statements, shape strategic messaging on key subject matter areas, review tools and Model Practices, and share perspectives on how local health departments are addressing key public health issues.

Most workgroups meet monthly via conference call and, pending availability of funding, may meet in person annually. Workgroup members may spend anywhere from 1-2 hours per month to 1-2 hours per week on tasks related to workgroup deliverables.

A list of NACCHO's Subject Matter Expert Advisory Workgroups, along with their descriptions and the time commitments required to serve, is available here.

Click on the section above to read about expectations for workgroup members.

For questions about NACCHO's Subject Matter Expert Advisory Workgroups, please email advisorygroups@naccho.org.