First steps families and advocates can take to help mothers and babies thrive
This issue brief will help mothers, families and family advocates understand the signs of maternal depression and the interdependence between caregiver-child health and well-being. It provides guidance on how mothers can connect with their pediatricians to get the help they need to heal.
This brief is meant to benefit those working in public health, as well as families and family advocates. It seeks to identify the key facts and information so that all audiences have a clear understanding of how they can help.
Publish Date: 2019
Top Equity Resources for Pursuing Change in 2021
Throughout this year, it has become clearer to many that the hard truth of the racism that shaped our nation requires us all—now, today—to acknowledge and address its impact in our health care systems and in ourselves. That's why we're sharing a collection of NICHQ articles and webinars that your community found most valuable in their equity journeys.
The Top Ten Children's Health Stories of 2020
In the final weeks of 2020, we’re looking back at our most popular articles of the year. From supporting children's health during the COVID-19 pandemic to pursuing equitable health systems, here’s a rundown of the top ten NICHQ articles you found most engaging over the past year.
Supporting the Whole Family: Fathers in Infant Health Outcomes
Cam, a father in Massachusetts, wants to lift the message that supporting the whole family is essential to child development. After becoming a father at 16, Cam connected to some community-based resources but says that more targeted efforts should be made available to fathers. Here, he shares a story that raises issues about fathers’ barriers to support and resources — and the impact of their engagement on child health outcomes.
The Great READ: Reading, Exchange and Dialogue
At the beginning of the year, NICHQ’s staff came together to share the books that have most impacted their understanding of equity and what’s needed to achieve it. Below, we share their top picks with hope that this list will support our readers on their equity journeys.
Continuing Sickle Cell Disease Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
People who have sickle cell disease and very vulnerable to COVID-19 impact. As we enter the fourth month of the pandemic in the U.S., we’re sharing how providers and advocates have remained nimble to ensure that comprehensive and consistent care is maintained throughout the pandemic and beyond.