Mamie Jennings Mabery
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Health Educators & Learning Professionals

An open community of practice that compliments the Health Educators & Learning Professionals CoP on CDC TRAIN. A TRAIN account is not required to participate here.See More
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"Did You Know?" - Combating a silent epidemic - May 20, 2011

“Did You Know?” is a weekly feature from CDC's Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support to inform your prevention activities. We invite you to read, share, and take action! • 4.4 million Americans have chronic Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C, both leading causes of primary liver cancer. • Many…See More
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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Communities of Practice Program Manager
Mamie has 10 years of public health informatics experience at CDC and has been implementing the communities of practice model for 5 years at CDC and with public health partners. She is the Communities of Practice Program Lead within the Office for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support (OSTLTS) at CDC.

Mamie began work at CDC, first in the Clifton Information Center where she developed a prototype digital repository of CDC’s PSA materials and other publications, then as co-lead of the CDC Web Redesign Team where she led the efforts to develop a metadata schema and a controlled health thesaurus for tagging CDC web content and the CDC Health Topics A-Z list. In her next position as Manager of the Vocabulary & Messaging Program within the National Center for Public Health Informatics (NCPHI) she promoted the use of vocabulary and messaging standards through the continued evolution of the PHIN Vocabulary Access and Distribution System (VADS) and development of standards-based Messaging Specification Guides for diseases and conditions. In 2005, she launched the Public Health Vocabulary Community of Practice to foster collaboration among CDC Program Vocabularists and CDC Partners. Mamie received the NCPHI Top Collaborator Award in 2006 for this successful activity and a group award with her Partnership and Outreach Team in 2008.

Prior to joining CDC, Mamie was Director of Libraries at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta where she managed the Egleston and Scottish Rite Medical Libraries and established 4 Family and Neighborhood Information Centers for patients, their families and friends. She holds a Masters degree in Library Science and Information Management from Emory University, a Masters degree in English from the University of Georgia, and is a distinguished member of the Medical Library Association’s Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP).

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Posted on June 24, 2010 at 12:00pm

ONC Announcement: Round 2 of the Beacon Community Grants program

An additional $30.3 million for two Beacon communities was announced by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) on Wednesday. Located across the country, the Beacon communities will bring smarter, lower-cost health care to all Americans through the use of health IT.

Please note that ONC is currently accepting Letters of… Continue

Posted on May 28, 2010 at 2:36pm

ONC / NIST Webinar: Certification Programs for HIT Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)

On March 25, 2010 from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. EDT, The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), will present a webinar on the recently released Certification Programs for HIT Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). Public comments on the NPRM are now being accepted. The temporary… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 10:54am

Check out the CoP Reception event Monday night at the PHIN Conference!

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Posted on August 12, 2009 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

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At 4:50pm on June 9, 2011, Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh said…

Great chatting with you today! Thanks for taking the time - I really appreciate it.

At 4:02pm on May 31, 2011, Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh said…

Hi Mamie,

I just joined phconnect as I am interested in seeing how multiple CoPs a being run and supported. I currently support a number of CoPs in tobacco control and media advocacy and it looks like you have many vibrant communities on the go. It would be great to chat sometime if you have some time.



At 10:11am on February 25, 2011, Tom said…

LCPL stands for Leiden cytological pathological laboratory. A commercial laboratory that processes smears/swaps and a like. It has a small research department at which i am currently doing an internship. 



At 4:49pm on January 10, 2011, Kandi Buckland said…
Sorry I missed the call but we were traveling and dealing with freezing rain and black ice.  Perhaps I could obtain an update from the call when you have time.  Let me know any "assignments" as a result of the call as well.  Looking forward to working with you all on this project.
At 6:50pm on December 17, 2010, Anthony Chen said…

Happy to be able to help. I am very busy between now and next July, but if you need occasional input, let me know.

At 2:20pm on December 17, 2010, Fred J. Benzie said…

Hello Mamie,

I am really new to all of this social media stuff.  Although I find it interesting with many possibities, I agree with Swannie that a local health official area would be helpful.  Much of what I see is either beyond where I am at right now or not pertinent for my little world in public health.  If you could find a way to better sort topics in a table of contents or some how better organize by area of interest or applicablity it would be of great help.  I will keep looking at what is presented and thinking about how to improve it.  I understand you want it to be both a resource and a communication tool for connecting public health practitioners with similar needs and experiences....think more about how you can organize this system for better efficiency of finding such information and connecting practioners who have these similar needs and experiences....again...I think Swannie's idea of having a local public health section would be a great start....Fred

At 1:55pm on December 17, 2010, Fred J. Benzie said…

Sure...I would be happy to provide some feedback...let me poke around and give it some thought.

At 9:48am on December 3, 2010, Diana MTK Autin said…
Thanks, Mamie, I definitely enjoyed hearing about your experiences! I sent out information about this site to all of the federally funded Family to Family Health Information Centers and the Family Voices State Affiliate Organizations. In addition to my role as Co-Director of the Region 1 Parent TA Center at the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, I am the National Field Co-Coordinator for Family Voices. I'd like to talk with you about the possibility of you doing a call for all the F2F HICs and FV SAOs about using communities of practice to work together and create new knowledge as well as how to use the CDC COP resources. Would you be interested? Of course, it would be at your convenience and we have time to schedule and plan it.
At 12:23pm on May 13, 2010, Jennifer E. McGehee said…
Hi Mamie, sorry I just saw your invitation today! I'll be happy to join the leaders group if the invitation is still open.
At 9:36am on April 5, 2010, Hugh J. Kelsey said…
Thanks for adding me. I was out last week and I'm just getting to all my e-mails.

I hope you're doing well.



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