Dr. Donald Warne, Director of Indians Into Medicine (INMED) at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, speaks about the traumatic impacts of history on American […]
Health Disparities and the American Indian: Dr. Donald Warne on the Way Forward
Conversations on Healthcare features in-depth discussions on how health policy and innovation with industry newsmakers around the globe. This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Donald […]
Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective Trainings
BEAM offers skill based trainings that help Black communities learn healing justice informed peer support practices. BEAM works with leaders and teams in non-profit organizations, social justice movements and corporations […]
Improving Our Maternity Care Now Through Community Birth Settings
Care in birth center and planned home birth settings that is led by Black, Indigenous, People of Color is a crucial approach for meeting the needs of communities affected by […]
Reproductive Wellness for Women with Chronic Conditions
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Listening to and Justly Partnering with Community-Led Perinatal Health Solutions
State Title V/Maternal and Child Health (MCH) programs across the United States are eager to implement solutions created with communities to urgently close racial disparities in maternal health outcomes. There […]
Health Affairs Journal – February 2022
This edition of the Health Affairs Journal was dedicated to racism and health.
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice – January/February 2022
The January/February 2022 edition was dedicated to tackling structural racism and racial/ethnic inequities in pregnancy and communities.
Promising Partnerships to Address Maternal Mortality
Successfully addressing maternal health mortality requires collaboration among local, state, and federal partners. This webinar will highlight successful partnerships to support women’s health needs in HRSA Region 4 (Alabama, Florida, […]
Maternal Mortality Review Committees: Sharing Power with Communities
This report summarizes the findings of an environmental scan conducted by a project team within the Black Mamas Matter Alliance in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]
Sepsis in Pregnancy
Pregnancy-related sepsis is a life-threatening medical emergency defined as organ dysfunction resulting from infection during pregnancy, childbirth, post-abortion, miscarriage, or the postpartum period. In the United States, sepsis or infection […]
Intimate Partner Violence and Maternal Access to Care Webinar
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State Harm Reduction Strategies: Improving Outcomes for Reproductive-Aged Women Who Use Substances
The purpose of this AMCHP-National Association of State and Alcohol Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) project is to highlight common harm reduction strategies used by state Maternal and Child Health (MCH) […]
Providers of Color: Online Directory
Postpartum Support International maintains an online directory of providers and providers of color with special interest in treating and serving families and women experiencing perinatal mental health issues.
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
This issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice describes public health interventions designed to address structural racism. These interventions might be expected to have an impact on […]
The only app where you can find prenatal, birthing, postpartum and pediatric reviews of care from other Black and brown women. The #1 “Yelp-like” platform for the pregnancy and new […]
Mom2Mom Global/Breastfeeding in Combat Boots
Mom2Mom Global/Breastfeeding in Combat Boots is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to breastfeeding peer support, education, and advocacy for military families.
Bridging the Chasm between Pregnancy and Health over the Life Course: A National Agenda for Research and Action
Abstract Background Many pregnant people find no bridge to ongoing specialty or primary care after giving birth, even when clinical and social complications of pregnancy signal need. Black, indigenous, and […]
A Novel Method for Involving Women of Color at High Risk for Preterm Birth in Research Priority Setting
Abstract Involvement of patients and the public is now recognized to be essential for the good conduct of research. Patient and public involvement in research priority setting and funding decisions […]
Mesothelioma Hope provides detailed information to help those affected by mesothelioma find peace. Their site strives to give the most accurate and helpful directions for addressing mesothelioma symptoms, treatments, and […]
Addressing Mental Health in BIPOC Communities: Key Cultural Considerations for MCH
Objectives: Increase understanding of the cultural context for mental health programming and service delivery in underserved communities; and Identify one strategy for addressing mental health in underserved communities Supplemental Resources: […]
Tribally-led Maternal Mortality Review Committees
With support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Reproductive Health, NIHB is working to assist Tribes and Tribal organizations in exploring the possibilities of designing and […]
American Indian Public Health Disparities Regional Differences in Health
This broadcast addresses a number of relevant topics surrounding public health disparities and American Indian populations. Specifically, this broadcast includes a brief review of current American Indian Health Policies and […]
The MCH Navigator
The website has a variety of learning resources as well as videos, modules on multiple topics – self-directed, semi-structured learning, etc.