Public Health Memory Jogger II

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Bring the power of continuous quality improvement to your public health organization! GOAL/QPC has joined with The Public Health Foundation to modify our most popular book, The Memory Jogger 2, to create a pocket guide expressly for public health agencies.

The Public Health Memory Jogger 2 contains all of the quality control and management & planning tools from The Memory Jogger 2, with real-life examples that relate specifically to public health.

The book uses graphics and easy-to-understand text to show how and when to use 22 different tools to answer your organization’s most-pressing questions. Expand your team’s knowledge with clear and concise instructions that help improve their performance, and start solving problems today.

Contains tool examples based upon:

  • Public Health preparedness courses/training
  • Clinical education
  • Vaccination preparedness
  • Causes for staff turn over
  • Operating room delays
  • Volatility of the nursing staff turnover
  • National Public Health performance targets
  • Conformance by Public Health staff to the standards
  • Local performance on Essential Public Health Services (EPHS)

ISBN: 978-1-57681-101-6

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Weight 0.2 lbs

Public Health Foundation


Spiral Bound


Pocket Guide (3.5 inches x 5.5 inches)





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2 reviews for Public Health Memory Jogger II

  1. Barry I.

    The Memory Jogger II book adapted for Public Health contexts does a great job with the examples helping to drive home the key tools and techniques of Continuous Improvement. My team and I reference it frequently as part of our CI efforts

  2. Nathan P.

    Helpful pocket guide. Glad they made one specific to public health to help with training

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