PPOR Learning Network Call
Ayman A.E. El-Mohandes, MBBCh, MD, MPH, Dean, College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center, formerly Chair and Professor, Department o Prevention and Community health, School of Public Health...
The Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County Florida has used PPOR in its planning process for many years. In 2005 the Black infant mortality rate rose to 22.7, more than four times the White rate. After they received that information they...
The Perinatal Periods of Risk Approach (PPOR) has been in use for over a decade now in many cities. It has become a focus for community action, a standard part of ongoing surveillance, and a key component of planning and reporting for projects...
The Perinatal Periods of Risk (PPOR) approach is a way to make real changes in communities, but it only works if the community stakeholders are invested and involved in the whole process. It can be a challenge...
Native American infant mortality rates in 2001-2004 were quadruple the White rates. While rates for other racial/ethnic groups have decreased since the mid-1980s, the Native American rate has increased in...
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Celebrate! Urban Maternal and Child Health Leadership
For over 20 years, CityMatCH has been hosting an annual conference of Urban Maternal and Child Health programs and leaders. Our conferences are known...
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