News Archives

  • California Health Report

    September 21st, 2018

    Doctors Often Fail to Listen to Black Mothers, Complicating Births, Survey Finds — references study co-authored by Carol Sakala, adjunct assistant professor of community health sciences; Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences; and alumna Jessica Turon

  • US News & World Report

    September 12th, 2018

    Dangerous Deliveries — quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences

  • Quartz

    August 28th, 2018

    Maternal Death Rates Are a Key Indicator of Why the State of Female Health in the US Is So Terrible — mentions Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences

  • Virginian-Pilot

    June 29th, 2018

    Black Women in Virginia Die in Childbirth at 3 Times the Rate of Any Other Race. What’s Going On? — quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences

  • The New York Times Magazine

    April 11th, 2018

    Why America’s Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-and-Death Crisis — quotes Julie Palmer, professor of epidemiology

  • Medscape

    January 8th, 2018

    Texas Maternal Mortality Nearly Doubled During Past Decade— quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences.

  • Better Data Collection Needed to Reduce Maternal Mortality

    January 8th, 2018

    Rising mortality rates may partly own to overreporting and flawed data collection system.

  • Texas Tribune

    January 5th, 2018

    Maternal Deaths Are Increasing in Texas, but Probably Not as Much as Officials Thought — mentions Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences.

  • KUT

    January 4th, 2018

    Texas’ Maternal Mortality Problem Is also a Data Problem, Study Finds — quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences.

  • NPR

    January 2nd, 2018

    Nearly Dying in Childbirth: Why Preventable Complications Are Growing in US — quotes Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences