A new study shows increased access to continuous labor support from a birth doula may help decrease non-indicated cesarean births among women who desire doula care. The research was…
“The opportunity I had to participate in the mentor program was one of the best experiences of my first year as an MPH student.” SPH boasts the largest mentor…
Anyone who’s visited the Minnesota State Fair knows the crowds are both part of the fun and the folly of attending what’s appropriately known as “the great Minnesota get-together.”…
Photo credit: Joe Finnegan Graduate student Juliann Van Liew cares deeply about forging healthy families and was definitely thinking of her own when she decided to enroll in the…
This summer, the School of Public Health provides free, one-day trainings in Disaster Behavioral Health: Providing a Psychologically Supportive Response to a Disaster. The trainings are open to county,…
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