Well Women, Well Communities

CityMatCH will select three teams for the next phase of the Well-Woman Project: Well Women, Well Communities a two-year project to improve women's access and utilization of preventive health care. Download the Application. Applications are due by April 16, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST.



The 2018 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference

Join us in Portland, OR September 12-14, for the 2018 CityMatCH Leadership & MCH Epidemiology Conference, Partnering with Purpose: Data, Programs, and Policies for Healthy Mothers, Children, and Families. The abstract, symposium, and workshop submission period is now closed. Visit the conference homepage for more opportunities.


2018 Training Course in Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology

The application period for the 2018 Training Course is now Closed. Acceptance notifications will begin in late-March. This year, the course is geared to individuals with intermediate to advanced skills in statistical and epidemiologic methods, preferably in MCH or a related field. Learn more.

CityLights - Sept 2017: Using Collective Impact to Address MCH Priorities

Working in isolation, health departments can only do so much to impact Maternal & Child Health (MCH) priorities. This issue features the work of some of our local cohorts in the Collective Impact Learning Collaborative, as well as some Healthy Start grantees. PDF Version.

CityLights - May 2017: The Well-Woman: Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

The well-woman is found at the intersection of reproductive health, rights, and justice. To improve women’s health and health outcomes, the MCH field must begin to focus on the health of the whole woman and ensure a woman-friendly health system for all women at the local, state and federal level. In order to create a woman-friendly health system, the focus must be placed equally on reproductive justice, health and rights. PDF Version.

Local Responses: Zika Prevention

This issue of CityLights highlights the extensive work from our national partners to learn more about Zika virus and provide recommendations, as well as the work of a couple CityMatCH member health departments to respond to the issue at hand.

Reconvened Select Panel on Preconception Health and Health Care

This report summarizes opportunities to accelerate progress in preconception health and health care over the next five years.

CityLights January 2016: Natural Place to Address Early Adversity

It's becoming more common knowledge and less break-through finding. Early-in-life exposure to an adverse or traumatic experience is linked to poor later-in-life health outcomes and these experiences are far more common than we once knew.

Join us in Philadelphia, Sept. 14-16, 2016

Philadelphia, PA will be the site of The 2016 CityMatCH Leadership and MCH Epidemiology Conference!

PSEP Final Report is Now Available Online

PSEP report cover

The Prevention of Substance-Exposed Pregnancies Collaborative (PSEP) represents 18 months of work led by CityMatCH with funding and guidance from the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities


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