Promoting Equal Access and Use of Doulas in Healthcare

Innovative Solutions for Better Pregnancy and Infant Health in Greater Cleveland: Schubert Center, UH Rainbow Hosts Community Dialogue on Doula Access

On Thursday, March 28 at 8 a.m., the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University is teaming up with Pediatric Grand Rounds at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital to host a lecture titled “Community-led Solutions for Promoting Positive Pregnancy and Infant Health Outcomes in Greater Cleveland: Normalizing Access and Utilization of Doulas within Health Systems.”

The event will take place in the Amphitheater at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital (2101 Adelbert Road). Attendees can also join virtually, with more details available on the event website.

Leaders Angela Newman-White, Jazmin Long, and Heather Marie Rice will be presenting updates on the work of First Year Cleveland, focusing on systems-driven solutions. The presentation will also discuss the benefits of doula services, which are now covered by Medicaid in Ohio, and the barriers to accessing these services.

The Schubert Center for Child Studies brings together individuals from various backgrounds whose work impacts children, families, and young people. These events encourage dialogue and collaboration on child-related research, policy, and practice in Northeast Ohio. Coffee and bagels will be provided for in-person attendees.

To learn more about the event, visit the event page.

Leave a Reply

US and EU Disagree on AI Regulations: Will China Intervene? – POLITICO Previous post The struggle for control over AI technology: a global race to set the rules for the digital age
Double D’s: Lancaster Cousins Launch New Flooring Business Next post From Church to Flooring Business: Double D’s Opens in Lancaster