Maternal and Child Health Events
October 15: Chemicals, pollution and pregnancy
Hosted by SPH’s Great Lakes Center for Reproductive and Children’s Environmental Health and designed for OB/GYNs, family physicians, pediatricians, midwives and residents, this year’s esteemed panel of experts will share evidence-based information related to our conference theme, “Chemicals, Pollution, and Pregnancy.” We will discuss the latest, most promising research developments and clinical advancements for reproductive environmental health. Our aim is to provide information for health care personnel and to develop strategies to improve the quality of patient care.
The first 50 residents to register will receive $50 for attending the conference. We are also offering free CME credits for participation!
October 5: Reproductive injustices in the carceral system
SPH’s Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health, along with partner University of Minnesota – Twin Cities (UMTC) Just Education Collaborative, hosted a panel discussion on human rights violations facing women in America’s jails and prisons, following a free weeklong virtual screening of the documentary Belly of the Beast.
To request a video of the panel discussion, please contact Gaby Masini at email@example.com.