Global MCH Infographics
Students in our Foundations of Maternal and Child Health Leadership (MCH) (PubH 6630) researched and designed infographics on global MCH topics like C-section rates, teen pregnancy, infant mortality, and more.
Adolescent Health Observance Quick-Guides
There are many national health observance days, weeks, or months. The savvy health professional can use these observances as opportunities to promote health messages, programs, and policies. We created “Quick-Guides” to take advantage of national health observances to promote adolescent health, especially when using social media. Here you will find our two-page guides for 26 specific national observances to guide adolescent health promotion efforts, especially related to social media.
To learn how to use these fact sheets, check out the User Guide. Please share these documents and consider tagging the Centers responsible for creating them: @UMN_MCH & @SahrcUMN. We are continuously updating the Quick Guides to include new resources; if you have a suggested edit or resource please email us.
If you would like to learn more about best practices for using social media, please look at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “Social Media Tools, Guidelines & Best Practices“.
Adolescent Health Observance Quick Guide Training
This brief training goes over the sections of the Adolescent Health Quick Guides, how to use them, and where to find them.
- Walk to School, Bike to School Day
- National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
- Healthy and Safe Swimming Week
- National Mental Health Month
- National Healthy Vision Month
- National Suicide Prevention Month
- Fruits and Veggies—More Matters Month
- National Farm Safety & Health Week