The Healthy Start Association has an updated guide that home visitors and those interacting with pregnant and breastfeeding people can use when discussing COVID-19 and vaccines:
FAQ Do you have any sample videos? Yes, we’ve compiled many here. Can I submit works in progress? We encourage you to submit what you have, knowing that projects may and likely will evolve between the March 16 submission deadline and the May 11 conference. You can tend to this in your video abstract by […]
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 […]
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 […]
The January-May 2022 Reproductive Book Club Sessions take place via Zoom and are open to University of Minnesota (UMN) students. Questions? Contact Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org. To attend, you must: Be a currently enrolled student at the UMN Register for each session using your UMN email address Log into the session using your UMN email address […]
During National Breastfeeding Month, the Office on Women’s Health (OWH) shares its online resources for making the decision to breastfeed, learning how to breastfeed, overcoming breastfeeding challenges, and pumping and storing of breastmilk. OWH answers questions such as What are the health benefits of breastfeeding? How do you know if you make enough breastmilk? Do you need to avoid certain […]
Background Our Bodies Ourselves started as a group of women in the Boston area who, in 1970, published the classic women’s health book of the same name on sexual and reproductive health. Today, Our Bodies Ourselves is a volunteer-led nonprofit that advocates for women’s health and social justice. Over the years, resources based on the […]
Child Obesity Prevention Efforts: Solutions from Families and Communities March is National Nutrition Month, which focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. The Center provides TA on many topics, including nutrition. The Bright Spots Mini-Lab Positive Deviance Project is one example that is bringing collaborative […]
#UMNMCH student Rachel Uwimbabazi (MPH ’21) wrote this reflection on how her coursework, internships, field experience, and culminating experience have all contributed to her career in MCH. About Face2Face During Fall 2020, I applied for a student consultant position with Community Health Initiative (CHI). What appealed to me about CHI is how they partner with […]
The HHS Office on Women’s Health has launched the Maternal Health site on Womenshealth.gov! It highlights resources such as the HHS Maternal Health Action Plan, the Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Improve Maternal Health, and two innovative competitions to address maternal health disparities.
The MN Association for Children’s Mental Health has created a Caregiver Resources page. It was developed for parents, caregivers, and family members to support children’s and their own mental health. Resources include: factsheets and videos and topics include: attachment, childhood development, and trauma. More topics will be added over time!
During the Fall 2020 semester, the Center’s three second-year Research Assistants, Laura Villarreal, Emily Reimer and Alyse Haven sat down to reflect on their time as Center RAs and how they have adapted to working during the COVID-19 pandemic. What is your role with the Center? Laura: I am the Research Assistant for the Minnesota […]
Have you ever wondered how to prepare for an emergency? This resource, shares exactly how to plan 2 weeks of emergency meals. It explains where to store certain items, lists a 2 week menu and shopping list, and shares recipes.