The goal of the NYS Obstetric Hemorrhage Project was to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality statewide by translating evidence-based guidelines into clinical practice to improve the assessment for and management of obstetric hemorrhage.
Share these ready-to-use social media graphics and posts in honor of Sickle Cell Awareness Month to continue the conversation about sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait. When posting, use the hashtag #SickleCellMatters22 and tag @NICHQ so we can like and share your posts!
In recognition of National Infant Mortality Awareness Month, we’ve put together a collection of social media posts and graphics that can be used to raise awareness about infant mortality and make sure that families are equipped with the tools to live healthier lives. Share these ready-to-use social media graphics and posts to continue the conversation about our nation’s history and its impact on modern-day health outcomes in the Black community.
NICHQ conducted the 2021 Annual Assessment to understand projects' organizational structures, satisfaction with the TASC, programmatic needs, progress toward benchmarks and key objectives, data capacity, and progress towards sustainability. Like the Needs Assessment from 2019 and the 2020 Annual Assessment, this year’s Annual Assessment sought to identify salient programmatic activities for the TASC. In this report, we describe the Annual Assessment’s methods and results, synthesize findings, and describe next steps for the TASC.
April is National Minority Health Month (NMHM)! Join NICHQ in raising awareness about health disparities that continue to affect BIPOC communities and encourage action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications.
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) COVID-19 and Pregnancy brochure, developed to provide families with useful information about the COVID-19 vaccine and how women and birthing people can protect themselves, their families, and their babies by getting vaccinated, is also available in Español, 한국어 번역, русский язык, 中文翻譯, বাংলা অনুবাদ, Kreyòl Ayisyen, Polski, Italiano, יידיש, and عربى.
This helpful brochure developed by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) provides families with useful information about the COVID-19 vaccine and how women and birthing people can protect themselves, their families, and their babies by getting vaccinated.
Health care providers, public health professionals, community-based organizations, and other health care professionals can share this poster developed by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) to address common questions mothers and birthing people may have about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant.