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Maternal Health Innovation

Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
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www.FOZAInc.org - Friends of Zayne Adams is a 501c3 nonprofit. FOZA is working to help stop the suicides, the stigma, the silence, and the suffering associated with Postpartum Depression and related maternal fatalities. We offer an educational scholarship for the children who are left behind. We research resources according to zip codes to support postpartum moms and and we welcome our moms and birthing people, medical care providers, doula’s, therapists, counselors, and all advocates of MMH ...
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In this episode, join Kelli Sheppard, Communications Director at the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, as she explores the groundbreaking PM3 app. Developed in collaboration with Black women, PM3 aims to transform postpartum care and maternal health outcomes through mobile technology. Dr. Rasheeta Chandler and Sherilyn Francis share t…
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Artist, writer, editor, lecturer, speaker and curator Sarah Lightman discusses her graphic memoir, The Book of Sarah, which looks at her childhood, cultural history and explores her mothering experiences through text and images. She gives an introduction to graphic narrative work and cartooning, particularly the powerful history by Jewish women. Yo…
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Welcome FOZA Fans and thank you for joining in on a NEW FOZA PODCAST – This is Episode 26 - Guest Speaker: Nikita Russell-Morton. Our topic is PFL or Paid Family Leave, some of the benefits, and challenges. We’ll focus on why everyone in the community should be aware of the laws, to help keep families safe, healthy and in-sync. Tune in for a listen…
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In this episode, we delve into a crucial discussion with Larissa Mervin, Managing Attorney at Legal Aid of North Carolina's Charlotte office. Larissa shares her extensive experience in dealing with intimate partner violence (IPV) and its effects on maternal health. We explore the nuanced aspects of IPV, its definition, and the various forms it can …
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Founder of The Motherhood Group, a social enterprise that supports the Black maternal experience, Sandra Igwe discusses her advocacy for the importance of ‘radical peer support’ for Black mothers. Sandra is also a writer and poet, and author of My Black Motherhood: Mental Health, Stigma, Racism and the System. In her book, she uses her voice, and m…
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In this episode, we delve into the critical issue of maternal mental health and how technology is transforming perinatal care. We explore how Canopie, a digital company, is at the forefront of this revolution, offering a universal, low-cost solution for expectant and new parents. Anne Wanlund, the Co-Founder and CEO of Canopie, shares her inspiring…
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In this episode, hosted by Vicki Curtis, Director of Women's Services at the University of South Alabama Children and Women's Hospital, we dive into the groundbreaking "I Gave Birth Bracelet Initiative" with Jessica Noble from East Carolina University Health. Discover how these bracelets are revolutionizing maternal health outcomes, ensuring effect…
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Laura speaks with award-winning author, poet and activist, Jacqueline Saphra. The conversation explores love, family history, birth and relationships. Jacqueline reads two of her beautiful poems highlighting the power and resonance of poetry in processing emotions and experiences. Your host is writer, artist and midwife, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs. To fi…
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In this episode of the Maternal Health Innovation Podcast, host Kelli Sheppard is joined by Maya Hardigan, the founder of Mae, an innovative app designed to support black women during their pregnancy journey. Mae is on a mission to reduce maternal health disparities, particularly among Black women in the United States. They discuss the challenges f…
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In this episode of the Maternal Health Innovation Podcast, hosts Alison Stuebe and Kimberly D. Harper are exploring the groundbreaking work of the BELIEVE Project. Joined by Kimberly C. Harper and Janiya Williams, they delve into how the project is revolutionizing maternal care in the United States. Discover how the BELIEVE Project's innovative esc…
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In this episode, Laura sits in conversation with Nikesh Shukla, an author, editor and screenwriter. Together, they discuss Nikesh’s memoir, Brown Baby, a love letter to his daughter which interrogates race, family, home, and grief from his perspective as a father and explores how parenthood changes our perceptions of life, what it means to be a wri…
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In this episode, we take a look at the Irth app, a platform designed to empower Black and Brown women during their maternity journey. Host Venus Standard, Assistant Professor at UNC School of Medicine and certified nurse midwife, is joined by Kimberly Seals Allers, the creator of Irth, and Sheridan Blackwell, Head of Systems Change and Partnership …
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Welcome FOZA Fans and thank you for joining in on a NEW FOZA PODCAST – This is Episode 26 Guest Speaker: Gloria-Jean Brown, Efficiency, Time Management Coach, Author and Everything DiSC Practitioner. Coaching by G.J. - Time Management Skills - We invite you to learn more about the characteristics of your unique personality and how to overcome your …
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Welcome to Season 3 of the Maternal Health Innovation Podcast! In this first episode of Season 3, Rakiah Anderson, Evaluation Manager at MHLIC, dives into the world of the Center's Lived Experience Advisory Group (LEAG). In this episode, you are introduced to remarkable voices from LEAG members Eboni Williams, Amber Pendergraph-Leak, Courtnie Carte…
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Laura is joined by award-winning writer and editor Sinéad Gleeson, who reveals her extraordinary journey of motherhood overcoming trauma, illness and disability. She discusses the power of writing and extends valuable advice to anyone struggling to put pen to paper. Your host is writer, artist and midwife, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs. To find out more, he…
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Laura talks to award-winning journalist and writer Saima Mir about her feelings of obscurity and anger in the transition to motherhood. They discuss the struggle to combat conflicting stereotypes imposed on mothers and how writing and creativity can offer ways to positively affect mental health and well-being. Your host is writer, artist and midwif…
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Welcome FOZA Fans and thank you for joining in on a NEW FOZA PODCAST bringing awareness to maternal mental health. This is Episode 24 and we are honored to have back with us … Dr. Alan Lindemann aka Rural Doc Alan who has delivered more than 6000 babies in his career with no maternal deaths. Doc Alan is an obstetrician with an interest in reducing …
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This month’s episode centers around timing. FOZA is some guidelines specifically geared towards three groups in our audience 1.) Moms and pregnant people who may not be aware of some of the signs of PPD 2.) those who may be aware…but feel as if they can “Handle the Symptoms” on their own, and 3.) Caregivers and family members for reinforcement, enc…
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Get ready for season 3 of Maternal Health Innovation! Be sure to follow this show to learn how to accelerate the implementation of evidence-informed interventions to eliminate inequities and improve maternal health and explore the creative and strategic work that is underway across the country to support moms, birthing people and the communities th…
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We invite you to join us for a NEW FOZA PODCAST on Maternal Mental Wellness - Episode 22 - The focus is on: How the Lack of Childcare Funding Can Contribute to Depression. Did you know that 13 million + families across the nation are in danger of losing chiidcare support? Do you know how that can affect a family? ​Do you know how depression relates…
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NEW FOZA Podcast Men’s Mental Health Month - Father’s Day Honors https://www.fozainc.org/podcasts - We invite you to join us for a NEW FOZA PODCAST - Episode 21 recognizes Father’s Day and Ways to Support Dad’s who are Supporting Moms During the Postpartum Period. and especially, If Postpartum Depression has been diagnosed or even suspected. Please…
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In this special bonus episode, Dr. Kristin Tully interviews Jacque Caglia, the Director of Learning Communications and US programs at Merck for Mothers. The episode focuses on Merck for Mothers' commitment to eliminating maternal mortality globally and their approach to improving maternal health outcomes through grant-making and strategic collabora…
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We invite you to join us for a NEW FOZA PODCAST - Episode 20 recognizes National Maternal Mental Health Month, #MMHMonth, and we’re highlighting a few of the resources #FOZAInc has aligned with to learn, to grow, to collect data and to broaden the mission of #PPDAwareness. Please tune in. MMH has had some exciting successes as well as continuing ch…
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#foza4ppdawareness - Watch/Listen on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZcPkQWLKMfE We get a lot of questions and comments about WHY Moms don't speak up, when they are feeling down. "Speak up, when you feel down" is an international shout out from PSI (Postpartum Support International) and many other groups and individuals advocating for awareness of postpa…
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Episode 18 - Our Podcast for this episode is titled Focusing on Feelings. Eight signs of feelings that are commonly known to accompany PPD and the reassurance to seek consultation. Please share and take care of one another. In This Episode we pay homage to our Podcast Producer Gail Flowers. Her voice is heard at the introduction of our podcasts and…
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FOZA welcomes back Johnnie Geathers, MSW, LSW – Licensed Social Worker and Mental Health Therapist, based in PA. He has nationwide reach through his YouTube Channel – “JG Mental Health Fridays” Details: www.FOZAInc.orgتوسط FOZA Inc
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AIM CCI is encouraging communities to come together using their Maternal Monologues Toolkit, whereby birthing people and their support systems can share their experiences related to the maternal health journey, illuminate what the national maternal health crisis looks like in their own community, and strategize about what they can do to address it.…
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In 2017, Dr. Shalon Irving passed away after complications from giving birth to her daughter. A passionate trailblazer for community health, her legacy inspired the Dr. Shalon's Maternal Action Project, which works to address inequities and disparities for the Black women and women of color in maternal health. In this episode, learn more about Dr. …
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In this special episode, Maternal Health Innovation is teaming up with AMCHP's MCH Bridges podcast to bring you this episode on maternal health policy successes, challenges and opportunities while discussing Colorado's recent passing of the Birth Equity Bill Package. A series of three bills designed to increase access to decrease inequities in and …
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Language matters. Body language matters. Accessibility matters. Inclusivity and equity should be at the heart of all maternal healthcare touchpoints. In this episode, Fernanda Ochoa Toro, research coordinator at UNC Chapel Hill and a patient navigator for Spanish speaking patients at UNC Health sits down with Dr. Kristin Tully, research assistant p…
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Paulette Smith, Founder of FOZA – speaks with Jennifer Senn, a certified life coach, and founder of "Navigating Baby Loss", a resource specializing in Pregnancy Loss and Recovery. Visit us for more detailsتوسط fozafund
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Episode – 13 - FOZA Maternal Mental Wellness Podcast – How Journaling Can Change Your Life Paulette Smith, Founder of FOZA Inc. speaks with Renée Watson, founder of Remedy House, on how Journaling can releive stress. Visit FOZA for more details:توسط fozafund
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Paulette Smith, Founder of FOZA – speaks with Retired Army Police Captain, Kimberly Franco, the creator of the US Army suicide prevention initiative; “4R Family Members Suicide Prevention Training”, which has been adopted by the United States Army Reserve as a mandatory training requirement. Kimberly will discuss the steps that family members and s…
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While several states are in the process of implementing Medicaid coverage for doula services, only a handful of states are actively providing that coverage. In this episode, host Deitre Epps, founder and CEO of Race for Equity, is joined by Averjill Rookwood, founder of The Corporate Doula, and Amy Chen, senior attorney at the National Health Law P…
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Indigenous communities have unique respect and traditions for bringing life into the world, but Indigenous women are three to four times more likely to die of complications related to pregnancy or childbirth than white women. A trained physician and member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe from Pine Ridge, South Dakota, Dr. Donald Warne is working to addr…
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After a difficult pregnancy and postpartum journey of her own, Ana Rodney founded MOMCares, a postpartum doula program designed to help support Black mothers in the NICU that are under-supported and facing financial stress. Ana is also chair of Baltimore's Maternal Mortality Review Board and a member of the Infant Mortality Review Board, and she's …
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Dr. Kira Schabram studies burnout as it relates to employees who view their work as a calling, as many healthcare workers do. So, how can you remind yourself that you're in the right place when you feel drained? In this episode, learn the signs of burnout to look out for and how to bounce-back from feelings of tiredness and cynicism in your work. L…
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From the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, Ellen Pliska and Britta Cedergren know that preventing maternal mortality and morbidity is crucial to promoting health across lifespan. Hosted by UNC Gillings School of Public Health’s Dr. Sarah Verbiest, this episode discusses the ways in which public health is succeeding, lacking and…
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In this episode, Erin McClain, assistant director at the UNC Collaborative of Infant and Maternal Health, is diving deep into the disparities Black birthing people face in care and education. Joined by Dr. Tanya Bass, an award-winning educator on sexual health and health inequities, the two discuss the challenges and—most importantly—what we can do…
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Season two episodes of Maternal Health Innovation episodes will be released weekly. This season, we're including topics about provider burnout, public health, and sharing experiences and creating policies that are helping propel maternal health toward a better future in the U.S. Episode one is out now, so be sure to tune in! Learn more about us, ex…
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RMOMS is a federally funded grant program that seeks to improve maternal health in rural communities. The Texas and Missouri RMOMS representatives with us today that you'll hear from our awardees of the initial pilot between the federal Office of Rural Health Policy and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Today, we discuss innovative solutions th…
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For true innovation in maternal health to occur, we need to take a look at what works (and what needs improving) with maternal health in various cultures. On this episode, we discuss learning from tribal and indigenous cultures, and the programs and trainings involved. Today's guests are Heidi Christensen and Lynn Lane, Maternal Health Innovation P…
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Vanessa Caldari founded Mujeres Ayudando Madres because she I realized that midwifery care, especially in Puerto Rico, was really for people with access to the finances and the education to have that care. She didn't want midwifery care to be a privilege, so she did something about it. Vanessa Caldari is the founder of Mujeres Ayudando Madres, a no…
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In the Appalachian region, poverty is a huge concern. Too often, pregnant women miss appointments because they don't have the money for gas. Or they'll have a baby on Thursday and return to work on Monday because they need the paycheck. And breastfeeding can be seen as for "hillbillies" or "rednecks." For our guests today, they saw the problem and …
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Black women have twice the rate of preterm birth compared to white women, and that has persisted despite decades of research, despite differences in socioeconomic status, maternal education, access to prenatal care. When you pair or look at a Black woman and a white woman who are pregnant, the Black woman will have their baby early at twice the rat…
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Eight years ago, when To-wen Tseng returned to work after giving birth to her first child, her right to pump at work was denied and the company refused to provide either a space or a break time to pump (lawsuit). Stevie Merino (Birthworkers of Color Collective) is a doula and lactation professional whose graduate school research focuses on Pacific …
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The sad reality is that people in rural communities don't have as many resources to healthcare, and that includes adequate prenatal and maternity care. For Shaunette Howard, her biggest role is advocating for birthing people and their families so that they can get as many of the necessary resources as possible. Today's episode is hosted by Dr. Kris…
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According to today's guest, Dr. Rachel Caskey, "stark disparities exist whereby Black women are nearly three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related condition compared to white women. In addition, it is estimated that the majority of deaths are actually preventable." Today, we talk about what can be done to fix these inequities and dispar…
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