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Bringing Obesity Prevention to Families and Communities
Learning what families want from programs designed to prevent obesity can go a long way toward empowering them to lead healthy lifestyles. And the best way to learn is to hear from children and parents directly.
Engaging Parents and Families
to Improve Health Systems
NICHQ prides itself on working with parents and families to ensure that its initiatives lead to improvements for every patient. Learn how we engaged parents in 2016 to see what valuable partners they are when driving real change.
Collaboration Leads to Improved Support for Breastfeeding Moms
When seeking to improving exclusive breastfeeding rates, a Texas hospital realized it needed to increase support for mothers after their hospital stays ended. A strong partnership with WIC has quickly become part of the solution.
How Health Inequities Affect
Infant and Maternal Health
NICHQ Project Specialist Avery Desrosiers dissects how some inequities in healthcare and public health have been institutionalized along racial lines, and why they correspond to disparities in infant mortality.
NICHQ's Top Insights and
Expert Opinions of 2016
With years of experience working in clinical and public health, many of NICHQ's staff members are versed in the dynamic landscape of improving systems for better health outcomes. Read some of their top insights and expert opinions from 2016.
In Case You Missed It
NICHQ Supporting Study of Environmental Influences on Child Health in NICUs
Innovations and Inspirations for Improving Children's Health: December 2016
Quality Improvement 101
Efforts to Reduce Infant Mortality Focus on Underserved Populations
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