Year(s) Funded: 2021-2022
Topic(s): Health Disparities and Health Equity, Healthcare Access, Maternal Health, Social Determinants of Health, Women
Project Lead: Katy Kozhimannil
The purpose of this project is to assess differences in maternal and infant health outcomes and access to perinatal care, including evidence-based services and supports, among urban and rural counties, and then comparing health outcomes and availability of services between rural counties that are majority Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) with those that are majority white.
- Maniilaq Health Center: Providing High-Quality Obstetric Care to American Indian/Alaska Native People in Rural Kotzebue, Alaska, June 7th, 2023
- Providing High-Quality Support to Pregnant People and Their Families in Racially Diverse Rural Communities, August 29th, 2022
- Inequities in Availability of Evidence-Based Birth Supports to Improve Perinatal Health for Socially Vulnerable Rural Residents, July 19th, 2022
- Racial Inequities in the Availability of Evidence-Based Supports for Maternal and Infant Health in 93 Rural US Counties with Hospital-Based Obstetric Care, July 12th, 2022