Approximately 4 million women give birth each year in the U.S. Yet, traditional public health approaches have continued to consider maternal and child health together. How do we put the needs of mothers at the heart of public health? And how do we ensure attention to the health of all persons who give birth?


  • @BlackWomensRJ

    Marcela Howell

    President; CEO, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda


    May Sudhinaraset

    Associate Professor, University of California Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health

  • @mclemoremr

    Monica McLemore

    Professor, Child, Family and Population Health Department Interim Director, Center for Anti-Racism in Nursing University of Washington, School of Nursing

  • @Princeton

    Elizabeth Armstrong

    Head of Butler College, Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University

  • @DrFionaCh

    Fiona Challacombe

    NIHR Clinical Lecturer, Kings College London

  • Dayal Mccluskey, WBUR

    Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

    Senior Health Reporter, WBUR (MODERATOR)


Get Involved

Connect with SPH

How to engage with us on social media:

  • Follow @busph and tag us in your stories and posts on all platforms
  • Post, like, and retweet content, using event hashtag and tagging speaker(s)
  • Share event information on social media
  • Send registration link to your networks