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Student Spotlight: Why did Kaying Vang-Lor decide to pursue an MPH in MCH?

For Kaying Vang-Lor, choosing the University of Minnesota’s Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Masters Program was an easy decision. As a mother and nurse, Kaying says, “There is more to healthcare than just the actual practice.” By enrolling as an MCH Masters student, Kaying is hoping to help underrepresented populations have their voice be heard. […]

The Influence of Health Care Policies on Children’s Health and Development

The Society for Research in Child Development has released their latest Social Policy Report. The latest paper reviews the current state of health insurance for children and youth and contrasts health services with the needs of children and families. It then describes new models of health care, including ones that actively connect health care with other […]