The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced its Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Knowledge to Practice Program. Two types of programs will be funded under this initiative: (1) Knowledge to Practice (KP) grants to increase skills of MCH professionals by facilitating the transfer of new information and research findings through regional and national distance-learning opportunities; and (2) MCH Navigator grants to complement KP practices by connecting learners to webcasts, presentations, instructional modules, and online courses that discuss MCH skills and knowledge. Eligible applicants include public or nonprofit private institutions of higher learning. Those qualified can apply for either program, but must submit each application separately. HRSA anticipates supporting up to nine grants in the KP program, ranging from $30,000 to $100,000 per year for up to three years. Only one MCH Navigator Program award will be made (in the form of a cooperative agreement). Applications are due March 26, 2013.