Healthy Birth Outcomes:
Eliminating Racial and Ethnic Disparities
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Webcasts from the Healthy Babies Summit and AWHONN State Conference, 2009
What's Happening with Community Coalitions, Healthy Babies and FIMR:
Community activities focused on improving perinatal outcomes and reducing disparities
in infant mortality.
- What Families Tell Us: Barriers and benefits to healthy birth outcomes identified by families.
the F into MCH (speaker Michael Lu): Strategies that increase father involvement.
Speaker - Michael Lu: Strategies that will reduce racial and ethnic
disparities in birth outcomes.
Fetal Cardiac Patient: A Real Entity: Risk factors for the development of fetal
heart disease and the interventions to address this disease.
BMI, Reproduction and Pregnancy Outcomes: Nutrients needed for the post-partum
woman and the importance of weight reduction prior to pregnancy; risks associated with high and low
BMI in pregnancy.
Promoting Positive Relations between Pregnant/Parenting Adolescents and their
Co-Parenting Partners: Theory, Research, and Practice.
Medical Home for Children with Special Healthcare Needs: The medical home concept and
practice benefits for CYSHCN and families.
Speaker - Michael Fraser: State of the States: A National Perspective on Maternal and
Child Health. Current national efforts to improve maternal and child health and Federal
and national policies to support those efforts.
in Birth Outcomes in Wisconsin: Current Trends and Future Approaches (Johnson, Katcher)
(Nov. 3, 2008) (exit DHS)
NACCHO webcast (exit DHS):
" Improving Birth Outcomes: Community Strategies to Address Infant Mortality
" - May 24, 2007. Scroll down to the series
on Emerging Issues in Maternal and Child Health.
Disparities in Birth
Outcomes: A Continuing Challenge in Wisconsin (Katcher, Jones, Landis, Onheiber)
(Nov. 1, 2006) (exit DHS)
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