Safe Sleep and Breastfeeding Image Gallery
This image gallery was compiled by the initial National Action Partnership to Promote Safe Sleep in 2014-2017. Many people have identified the challenge of finding images for safe sleep on the internet, so the NICHQ-led NAPPSS Improvement and Innovation Network is keeping this page updated with new images as the project continues. Share images for this page with communications@NICHQ.com
Publish Date: 2016
Creating a Safe Sleep City
Mississippi is using a citywide campaign as a catalyst for improving safe sleep practices in Jackson. They're developing a collective responsibility for their community's babies where everyone—doctors, store owners, daycare staff, restaurateurs, city officials—works together to improve infant health.
Treating the Opioid Epidemic as a Children’s Health Crisis
NICHQ's Chief Health Officer shares her experience working with a young mother addicted to opioids, whose story illustrates how the opioid crisis is affecting the health of some of our country’s most vulnerable families.
Make Perinatal Regionalization Work for Your State
Perinatal regionalization can improve health outcomes for mothers and babies, creating a stronger system of care. But communication and process barriers can get in the way. Here, Dr. Christopher Glantz, MD, MPH, provides strategies for developing a regionalization system that empowers affiliate hospitals as true partners in collaboration.
Conversations Can Stop Sleep-Related Infant Deaths
To help reduce sleep-related infant deaths, Founder of the Global Infant Safe Sleep Center, Stacy Scott, PhD, MPA and a team of experts compiled a list of tactics and examples to support infant safe sleep conversations. Each strategy responds to a real-life example from health professionals across the country.
Keeping Families Together Improves Children’s Health Outcomes, from Borders to Communities
Thousands of children were recently separated from their families on the Texas border. Too many children have undergone the trauma of preventable family separation, which cannot be undone. NICHQ's new Chief Health Officer, Elizabeth Coté, MD, MPA, has witnessed the devastating effects of caregiver-child separation in communities across the country and across the world. In this article, she speaks up about the harm of that separation and urges us to remain vigilant about keeping families together.