Center Hosts Second-Annual Maternal Health Symposium
The 2023 Maternal Health Symposium, the Life Cycle of Maternal Health, focused on how optimum health during all aspects of life’s stages is crucial to positive outcomes: from birth to adolescence, teen years to adulthood, pregnant mothers to senior adults. Speakers presented topics on children and adolescents, preconception, pregnancy and postpartum, and menopause.
Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center’s Maternal Health Observership Provides Educational Opportunities for Rising Second-Year Med Students
The Maternal Health Observership scholars dedicated their summer to developing a deeper understanding of maternal health, rural pediatric care, and how health disparities in these areas affect families living within Georgia.
GRHIC to Host Maternal Health Symposium
The two-day symposium will host health care professionals from medical schools, public health, and rural hospitals from across the state to advance the dialogue on maternal health initiatives that are improving outcomes.
Maternal Health Summer Lecture Series
Women’s Health Network
To ensure health equity and improve health outcomes for women by providing a platform that strengthens the knowledge of available regional resources, facilitates appropriate and efficient referrals, and enhances communication among providers. * Self-pay includes any individual who chooses to pay out-of-pocket for services including those who are uninsured or underinsured, those who have large…
Motherhood Shouldn’t Lead to Loss of Self
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 3,945,875 babies born in the United States in 2017. This means that close to as many women became mothers for the first time or welcomed another child – or children – into their families. Being a mother to an infant is hard, as women…