The MHLIC offers ongoing learning opportunities in the areas listed below, as well as other areas upon request. See the Events Page for our calendar of upcoming learning events and continue to check the website for our growing connections to existing maternal health resources from around the country.
- Anti-racism and health equity
- Effective engagement for providers, communities and coalitions
- Evidence-informed maternal health interventions
- Maternity care services in medically underserved communities
- Systems Leadership
The Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center will host the National Maternal Health Innovation Symposium annually. The goal for the National Maternal Health Innovation Symposium is to foster an evidence-driven, and community-centered space for maternal health professionals and others invested in the well-being of families to connect, recharge, and to advance maternal health equity in the communities in which they serve and support. This is a hybrid event with live and recorded plenaries, sessions, workshops, Spark Session features, and more.
We provide learning institutes tailored specifically to the needs of the RMOMS and MHI programs and partners as well as training and technical assistance as requested. Click to learn more about the Learning Institute (password protected for internal MHLIC partners).
Each of the twelve HRSA funded partners has an MHLIC coach to connect to relevant resources and support toward implementation of evidence-based strategies. Professional training opportunities range from webinars, communities of practice, podcast series, and more.
See the Events Page for our calendar of upcoming learning events. Subscribe to our Maternal Health Innovation podcast. Continue to check the website for our growing connections to existing maternal health resources from around the country.
MHLIC offers technical assistance (TA) to meet the needs of the maternal health community including health care and public health professionals, state health agencies, community-based organizations, and other groups that serve the maternal health community. Please submit a TA request at this form to the MHLIC if you need assistance with any of the topic areas highlighted below. For questions, please email Kelsey Accordino, email@example.com.
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For others who are interested in working with us, please submit a request and someone will reach out to set up an exploratory conversation.