Register for the second Bright Spots Mini-Lab of the 2022-2023 academic year. In this two hour workshop, guest speaker Dr. Alex Foster will provide a deep dive into the positive deviance approach explaining what the approach is, why the approach is valuable in public health and health care settings, how it is used in practice, and its future applications. This event will held virtually on November 17, 2022 | 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM CDT.
#UMNMCH student MacKenzie O'Kane wrote this reflection on how her coursework, internship, and professional development opportunities have launched her career in public health.
Check out the latest Alumni Spotlight from Archi Fon-Achu. In this Spotlight, Achiri shares about his path to MCH and his plans for the future. Archi was one of two #UMNMCH students who received the Robert Ten Bensel Scholarship in 2021-2022. The scholarship is a one-time scholarship awarded annually by Epi to students who demonstrate outstanding potential for contributions to the principles of maternal child health, human equity, and community social justice. Read more about Achiri’s work as a medical doctor and public health masters student working with MCH communities.
In the latest MCH National Blog post, Gabby Ruiz an MPH student at George Washington Milken Institute School of Public Health studying Maternal and Child Health is the newest author for the latest blog post on Competency 7: Working with Communities with her Title V MCH Internship program.