*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.
People who lead and support community health improvement efforts in North Carolina, including health departments, health care systems and their partners.
Registration for this webinar is now closed.
Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA) is a disciplined way of thinking and acting to improve entrenched and complex social problems. Communities use RBA to improve the lives of children, youth, families, and adults. It is also used by organizations to improve the effectiveness of their programs and services. Participants will gain knowledge in the RBA framework and skill in applying key concepts.
This RBA curriculum is developed by the NC AHECs, in collaboration with the NC Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health and the Foundation for Health Leadership and Innovation to build RBA capacity in North Carolina. The concepts in this training will contribute to improving the health and well-being of North Carolinians.
A copy of the book Trying Hard is Not Good Enough by Mark Friedman will be distributed to all participants. Familiarizing yourself with the book, especially chapters one and two, will accelerate your learning. Participants are encouraged to register early in order to receive the book prior to the course.
Handouts and Evaluations
Supplemental handouts to the “Trying Hard is Not Good Enough” book will be available online. Prior to the program, registrants will receive a confirmation email with instructions to access handouts along with other program information.
Evaluations will be emailed after the program. Once the evaluation has been completed, your certificate will be available.
Certified RBA Professionals
February 14 - 8:00-12:30
February 15 - 8:15-12:00
February 16 - 8:15-12:00
Application for CHES® (entry-level) / MCHES® (advanced level) Category I continuing education contact hours (CECH) has been made to the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC).
10 Contact Hours
1.0 CEUs will be awarded for participants who attend 90% of the program.
All participants must attend the entire program in order to earn credit. No partial credit will be awarded. Certificates will be awarded after the participant completes the evaluation.
Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum of North Carolina (THEF) has partnered with the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers to offer 10 ACHE Qualified Education Credits to participants in this program that may be applied toward fellowship advancement or recertification with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Participants in this program should list their attendance in their ACHE profile to have the credits applied.
Registration is online only and requires a current MyAHEC account. Webinar space is limited due to the interactive nature of the course and to provide adequate technical support. Advance registration is advised.
Participants who register after January 31, 2023 will receive the textbook after the training.