From raising awareness of racial disparities in infant mortality to pregnant women’s opinion on delivery methods, the Healthy Start Coalition was featured at the 2012 CityMatCH/MCH Epidemiology conference with two oral presentations and two poster presentations.
This year, the CityMatCH Annual Conference of Urban Maternal and Child Health (MCH) programs and leaders cohosted with the 18th Annual Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology (MCH EPI) Conference. The Conference, titled “Advancing Partnerships: Data, Practice, and Policy,” was held in San Antonio from December 11-14.
- Oral Presentation: Consumer Opinions on Pregnancy and Delivery Methods: Baseline Survey Results from the Florida Think 39 Weeks Awareness and Education Campaign
- Oral Presentation: Make a Noise! Make a Difference! Raising Community Awareness about Black Infant Mortality in Jacksonville.
- Poster Presentation: Preventing Teen Pregnancy in Northeast Florida: A community approach
- Poster Presentation: Peer Support, Case Management and Referrals: Understanding Best Practices as Evidenced in Three Diverse Programs Working with Women in the NICU