The 4th Trimester Project brings together new moms, birth workers, health care providers, researchers, public health professionals, community leaders, and other stakeholders from across the U.S. to identify unmet postpartum health needs, build knowledge, and create solutions. The 4th Trimester Project team (pictured) is based in the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health and includes partners from a range of academic, clinical, and policy perspectives.
- RT @unxpctdblessing: #Repost @shadesofblueproject • • • • • Reposted from @4thtriproject - Newborns of Black mothers are NINE times more l… 07:55:47 PM September 05, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone
- RT @astuebe: Too often, moms see multiple specialists w/ very strong opinions & little perspective beyond their own area of expertise... We… 07:55:39 PM September 05, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone
- RT @astuebe: When we had a 40-day period to nurture our babies surrounded by allo-mothers, it made sense to go out into the world at six we… 07:55:35 PM September 05, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone
- RT @modhealthtalk: Breast milk is the best food for babies. In the U.S. moms faced many barriers including social, environmental, economic,… 02:43:26 AM September 04, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone
- Now time to expand... #ncpol #paidleave https://t.co/Pc8IBaie1X 02:42:54 AM September 04, 2019 from Twitter for iPhone