The Section for Maternal and Child Health is guided by a council composed of 15 individuals representing health care leadership from some of the country's leading women's and children's health provider organizations and systems. Council members serve as elected or appointed representatives of their member peers.
What are some disparities associated with maternal and child health in your community? What are the root causes of these disparities? Explore how hospitals,…
By expanding communication with patients and families throughout the continuum of care, Children’s Wisconsin sees a higher engagement of family caregivers in…
Letter from AHA and Other National Organizations to Congressional Leaders on Two Maternal Health Bills
The 115 undersigned national organizations dedicated to improving maternal health urge you to swiftly pass the bipartisan Maternal Health Quality Improvement…
Letter from AHA and other national organizations to congressional leaders urging passage of two maternal health quality improvement bills.
Advancing Health Podcast
In this podcast, we discuss the benefits of March of Dimes’s implicit bias training program titled, Breaking through Implicit Bias in Maternal Health Care. J
Brookings Health System established the state’s first free doula program for delivery and postpartum care, staffed by volunteers. The nine-year old program…