About the Phillips Eye Institute By Cheryle Atkin The Phillips Eye Institute–a campus of Abbott Northwestern Hospital, part of Allina Health–is committed to assisting Minneapolis Public School students with identifying and receiving necessary vision care and is a proud partner of the Minnesota Vision Health Task Force. The hospital’s community program was established in 2008. […]
CONGRATS, GRADUATES!! Like others graduating this year, the UMN MCH Class of 2020 won’t get to experience their planned celebrations. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t send them off with some wise, warm and hope-filled words! How can you support graduates? 1. You can still submit a story, quote, video, or written message! Messages […]
By Deby Ziesmer Why Celebrate Children? April is traditionally a time to celebrate things new and fresh. One of the celebrations in our world is Week of the Young Child. The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has been leading this national event since 1971. It has been a way to encourage […]
MCH Students Gain International Experience and Broaden Perspectives of Public Health During Time in the Dominican Republic The Batey Relief Alliance is a nonprofit humanitarian aid organization that works to create a safe, productive and self-sufficient environment, through health care, food security, education, disaster relief, and community development programs, for children and their families severely […]
The “socio-ecological model” (the Ecology of Human Development) was developed by Urie Bronfenbrenner in the late 1970s, as a way to recognize that individuals affect and are affected by a complex range of social influences and nested environmental interactions. The 6 levels of influence: Individual: everything people are born with and how they influence and […]
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The Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System (MCSS) is Minnesota’s statewide, population-based cancer registry. The MCSS systematically collects demographic, diagnostic and treatment information on all Minnesota residents with newly diagnosed cancers. The primary objectives of the Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System are to monitor the occurrence of cancer in Minnesota and describe the risks of developing cancer; inform […]
In May 2017 Dr. Wendy Hellerstedt, MCH Graduate Program Director, was featured in the School of Public Health’s 90-second podcast about what women need to know about staying healthy. Read a partial transcript here.
This research brief from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families on Latino utilization of early care and education (ECE) programs in Chicago. Studies have long found that young Hispanic children are consistently less likely than their non-Hispanic peers to enroll in preschool, a contributor to the gap in educational achievement affecting low-income […]
Minnesota Department of Health’s (MDH) Data Portal allows you to sort data by category, topic, and region so that you can “explore comprehensive, integrated population health and environmental data.” You can also receive data updates and request consultation to get help on your next project, schedule a demonstration or training, and learn how to use public […]
by Satlaj Dighe, MPH (2016), U of MN Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program alumna International students are an important community of University of Minnesota (U of MN). In the academic year of 2016-17, the U of MN welcomed 5,500 international students from 130 different countries. International students bring in dynamism and a great diversity of perspectives […]
This list was compiled as a supplement to our Spring 2017 volume of Healthy Generations, “Climate Change and Public Health.” American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Summer Specialty Conference, June 2017 The theme of this year’s conference is “Climate Change Solutions: Collaborative Science, Policy and Planning for Sustainable Water Management.” The conference focuses on encouraging collaboration between water, climate […]
I am a second-year graduate student earning my Master of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health. I came to the program straight out of a bachelor’s degree, but I have had the opportunity to gain valuable experience through my involvement in the School of Public Health. I served as a member of the Community […]
Established under the Global Research Act of 1990, the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) has provided strategic planning and coordination to 13 participating federal agencies working to advance the science of global environmental change. This new report, Accomplishments of the U.S. Global Change Research Program, highlights notable accomplishments of the program, both through its […]