Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network (CoIIN) Learning Session Resources
Resources from the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems CoIIN summer conference. Click in for on-site videos of two powerful panel presentations and a compilation of popular tools and resources.
Publish Date: 2018
Racism and Public Health: Seeking an Improved Approach for the New Decade
"Racism is a public health crisis. It harms women, children, fathers, grandparents, aunts and uncles across the country. It harms all of us—it has for over 400 years and continues to today." - NICHQ President and CEO Scott Berns shares his priorities for 2020 and beyond.
Five Strategies for Building Diversity in a Patient Family Advisory Council
Improving health care systems to address persistent health disparities requires partnering with the people those disparities most affect. Only they can accurately describe their experiences and share what barriers they’ve encountered. This is why it's vital to build diversity into patient family advisory councils.
How Health Care Systems Can Isolate Women
Latoshia Rouse is the mother of triplets who were born prematurely, at 26 weeks gestation. She is also someone who knows too well that health care systems can both support and fail families. From struggling to find prenatal care to experiencing a dangerous postpartum hemorrhage, Rouse’s story reveals extensive holes in the health care system. To shed light on the pressing need for improvement across the continuum, Rouse shares each phase of her story here.
Steps to Reduce Opioid-Related Stigma in Pediatric Care
Stigma increases the feelings of guilt and shame experienced by mothers exposed to opioids, leaving already vulnerable mothers feeling isolated from supports. Here, two experts share strategies pediatric providers can use to reduce stigma and improve care for families affected by the opioid epidemic.
The Top Stories of 2019
In the final weeks of 2019, we’re looking back at our most popular articles of the year. From supporting safe rooming-in to the benefits of co-regulation, here’s a rundown of the top ten website stories you found most engaging over the past year.
California Gears Up for Universal Trauma Screening
According to a recent federal report, at least five of the top ten leading causes of death are associated with early childhood trauma. Reducing exposure to trauma during childhood, then, is a vital upstream strategy for improving lifelong health outcomes for children across the country.