The application period is now closed. This year, the course is geared to individuals with basic to intermediate skills in statistical and epidemiologic methods, preferably in MCH or a related field. Learn more and apply!
This issue of CityLights highlights the extensive work from our national partners to learn more about Zika virus and provide recommendations, as well as the work of a couple CityMatCH member health departments to respond to the issue at hand.
It's becoming more common knowledge and less break-through finding. Early-in-life exposure to an adverse or traumatic experience is linked to poor later-in-life health outcomes and these experiences are far more common than we once knew.
The Prevention of Substance-Exposed Pregnancies Collaborative (PSEP) represents 18 months of work led by CityMatCH with funding and guidance from the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities
The latest issue of CityLights, CityMatCH's award-winning newsletter, is now available! Read about the"Local Action, National Impact," "Urban Insight into Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission," "FIMR/HIV at the Local Level," and more!