Healthy Generations is published annually. Our current issue, MCH Professionals
Making a Difference for Families, Children, Youth, Women, and Priority Populations,
features the work of our alumni, who are in all kinds of positions and settings.
Center director Dr. Wendy Hellerstedt says that there's no simple
response! Learn about some of the key elements of the field.
How is MCH student Satlaj Dighe using evaluation to impact communities?
Read about Satlaj's work!
Our new video Incarcerated & Pregnant: Promoting the Health of Mothers & Babies shares
the effects of prison and jail environments on pregnant women, and innovative efforts
supporting the health of women and their babies. For more info and other resources...
We have one of the oldest, most highly regarded MCH programs
in the nation. Visit our program page to learn more.