Listen to current students, faculty, and alumni share how the MCH MPH Program has impacted their work improving the health of women, children, birthing people, and families around the world in the video, "What is Maternal and Child Health?" created by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
The Bright Spots Mini-Lab is excited to share our next webinar, Introductory NVivo Workshop with Michael Beckstrand, is on March 21st, 2024 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM CT. Learn more about this event and register today!
Estefanía Henríquez Luthje (she/her) (MPH 2024), a Fulbright Foreign Student at #UMNMCH, shares a personal reflection on her background, current experiences, and future plans. She reflects on her past as an M.D. in the Dominican Republic, outlines her contributions to establishing the Health Equity Edition of the National MCH Trainee Blog (MCH Leads), and explores how her involvement with the Center for Leadership Education in Maternal and Child Public Health inspired her aspirations of establishing a similar initiative in the Dominican Republic.
Check out the latest Alumni Spotlight from Nicollette Moore. In this Spotlight, #UMNMCH recent graduate Nicollette Moore, MPH 2023, wrote this reflection on her journey into the public health field, her deployment with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and her work to expand doula services.
Blog co-editors from the UMN Center of Excellence, Estefanía Henríquez Luthje, and UAlbany’s Catalyst Program, Maha Mehmood, are the authors of the newest, MCH Leads blog post. In this editorial, Estefanía and Maha reflect on their backgrounds, interests in maternal and child public health, preferred MCH leadership competencies, and expectations as 2022-2023 co-editors for the National MCH Trainee Blog. In addition, they introduce the overarching theme that will shape MCH Leads blog posts for spring 2023: Health Equity.
The 2022 MN-WHRC is now available in English, Hmong, Spanish and Somali! The MNWHRC helps visualize and reflect the health indicators specific
to our state’s unique demographics.