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Tag Archives: Engagement
We would love to hear from you! If you would like to submit a blog post (up to 500 words) about your experience in the 4th Trimester and what support you would most like to see implemented, please email a … Continue reading
The 4th Trimester Project partnered with the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health, the March of Dimes, and other public health organizations to participate in the #MCHChat to discuss maternal preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum needs on Twitter on May … Continue reading
Those interested in following efforts to better enable optimal postpartum health outcomes may follow the team on Facebook and Twitter @4thTriProject.
Kristin Tully says there’s a “definite lack of preparation for the fourth trimester—and the maternity unit is not the place for women to learn.” Dr. Tully says their project’s goal is to “improve what information is provided and when, and how … Continue reading
“In an ideal world women would get home visits or their family members would get paid leave to attend to them,” says 4th Trimester Project Investigator Dr. Alison Stuebe. “If we’re not going to have that, we need some touchpoint … Continue reading
“The significant differences in how babies are getting a start in life speak to larger issues, such as health care access, that need to be dealt with by our society,” says 4th Trimester Project’s Dr. Sarah Verbiest. “All of our … Continue reading
Drs. Sarah Verbiest, Kristin Tully, and Alison Stuebe published “Promoting maternal health in the 4th trimester” in the ZERO TO THREE Journal. “Health care providers may not recognize or encourage close contact with infants, nor view infant behavior as shaping … Continue reading
Drs. Kristin Tully, Alison Stuebe, and Sarah Verbiest published “The fourth trimester: a critical transition period with unmet maternal health needs” in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
A Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) 4th Trimester Project engagement meeting was held at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC on June 2, 2017. Fifty stakeholders attended, including 15 mom partners, clinicians, health department staff, home visiting … Continue reading
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