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Creating a Video Abstract

Sample Video Abstracts We’ve compiled many here. Create Accessible Content Applying good accessibility practices to your presentation slides creates a welcoming and inclusive experience for everyone in your audience. Many of us are unaware that our slide design choices might make it difficult or impossible for people with disabilities to consume our content. Learn the good […]


Video Abstract Examples

While the below vary in their content, style and length, they offer a range of options that you may want to consider as you begin developing your abstract. The effectiveness of interpersonal psychotherapy for adolescents with depression – a systematic review and meta-analysis (Child and Adolescent Mental Health)  Ancient ecology of the sabertooth cat Homotherium […]


Supporting Families Impacted by Maternal Incarceration

October 27, 2021 Amy Ard, Executive Director of Motherhood Beyond Bars and Vanessa Garrett, Reentry and Reunification Program Manager, discuss ways to provide direct services, education, and emotional support to families caring for infants of incarcerated mothers. This is the second of a four-part webinar series organized by the National University Collaborative on the Health […]


2021-2022 Important Dates for Center-funded Students & their Supervisors

August 4, 2021: Application deadline for Center-funded positions August 5-13, 2021: Site supervisors have completed interviews, made offers and communicated offers to Center August 14-18, 2021: Center and/or site HR and payroll paperwork completed by students, supervisor and Center director  August 30, 2021: Student start date  September 7, 2021: Fall semester begins November 17, 2021: […]


Support through Separation-Coping with the Physical and Emotional Separation…for the Birthing Person

July 13, 2021 Autumn Mason, a Peer and Re-entry Support Specialist for justice-impacted mothers, discussed her experiences of birth and motherhood while incarcerated. Raelene Baker of the Minnesota Doula Project shared her work facilitating childbirth education and attending births of those incarcerated at Minnesota’s only state prison for women. The panel was moderated by Dr. Rebecca […]


Member Spotlight: Phillips Eye Institute

About the Phillips Eye Institute By Cheryle Atkin The Phillips Eye Institute–a campus of Abbott Northwestern Hospital, part of Allina Health–is committed to assisting Minneapolis Public School students with identifying and receiving necessary vision care and is a proud partner of the Minnesota Vision Health Task Force. The hospital’s community program was established in 2008. […]


Spotlight Series: Batey Relief Alliance (Dominican Republic)

MCH Students Gain International Experience and Broaden Perspectives of Public Health During Time in the Dominican Republic The Batey Relief Alliance is a nonprofit humanitarian aid organization that works to create a safe, productive and self-sufficient environment, through health care, food security, education, disaster relief, and community development programs, for children and their families severely […]


About the Socio-Ecological Model

The “socio-ecological model” (the Ecology of Human Development) was developed by psychologist Urie Bronfenbrenner in the late 1970s, as a way to recognize that individuals affect and are affected by a complex range of social influences and nested environmental interactions. This model recognizes that factors can cross between multiple levels (see the dotted lines separating […]


Resources: MN Cancer Resources

The Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System (MCSS) is Minnesota’s statewide, population-based cancer registry. The MCSS systematically collects demographic, diagnostic and treatment information on all Minnesota residents with newly diagnosed cancers. The primary objectives of the Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System are to monitor the occurrence of cancer in Minnesota and describe the risks of developing cancer; inform […]