The Hawaii Maternal & Infant Health Collaborative (HMIHC)
The Hawaii Maternal & Infant Health Collaborative (HMIHC) hosted the Annual Statewide Conference on January 12, 2017.
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Make Health Hawaii’s Shared Value, presented by Danette Tomiyasu, MBA
Infant Health & Safety Work Group, presented by Lisa Kimura, MBA
Contraception and Breastfeeding, presented by Jennifer L. F. Elia, DrPH
Leveraging Technology for Outreach: How to Integrate Mobile-Based Health Education into Maternal and Child Health, presented by Daryn Kirkpatrick, MPH, CPH
One Key Question - Would you like to become pregnancy in the next year?, presented by Pat McKenzie, APRN, WH-C, FNP
One Key Question: Hawaii Home Visiting Network, presented by Alyssa Carlson, MPH
One Key Question: The WIC Experience, presented by Linda Chock
Program Update: Prenatal SBIRT, presented by Leolinda Parlin
Hawaii Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (HI-SBIRT), presented by Venita Evans
Policy Working Group Briefing, presented by Justin Murakami, JD
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment – A Public Health Approach, presented by Eddie Mersereau, LCSW, CSAC
The Hawaii Maternal & Infant Health Collaborative (HMIHC) hosted "Pulama I Ke Ola - Summit" on June 15, 2016. The Summit was designed as a celebration of the passage of SB 2371 and a call to action on child and maternal mortality review panels.
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Injury Prevention Resources, presented by Lisa Dau, RN
Safe Sleep: Hawaii Cribs for Kids, presented by Lisa Kimura, MBA
The Importance of Child Death Review Teams, presented by Teri Covington, MPH
Trends in Maternal and Child Morbidity and Mortality in Hawaii, presented by Don Hayes, MD
Child Injury Prevention, presented by Therese Argoud, MPH
Severe Maternal Morbidity & Obstetric SafMety Bundles, presented by Autumn Broady, MD
Medicolgal Scene Investigation and Forensic Autopsy in Cases of Peciatric Death, presented by Christopher Happy, MD
Maternal and Child Death Reveiws and their Role in Strengthening Public Health, Clinical and Community Partnerships, presented by Christine Morton, PhD
The Hawaii Maternal & Infant Health Collaborative hosted a statewide conference on "Tackling Unintended Pregnancies"
Proactively Incorporating Pregnancy Intention Screenings in Health Care Settings, January 14, 2016. Breakout session notes: click here to view
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Update on Maternal and Infant Health Data in Hawaii
Reducing Unintended Pregnancy: Legal and Access Barriers in the Aloha State
Hawaii Maternal and Infant Health Collaborative 2015 Update The First 1,000 Days
One Key Question "Would you like to become pregnant in the next year?"
Insurance Reimbursement for Post-Pregnancy Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)
Hawaii Maternal and Infant Health Collaborative Symposium
Of special focus by HMHB and partner organizations is a plan to reduce the incidence of substance use (tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs) during pregnancy. On June 8-10, 2015, Dr. Ira Chasnoff, Dr. Rich McGouty, and Sharon Bechler of NTI Upstream conducted a symposium with the Hawaii Maternal Infant Health Collaborative (HMIHC) to develop a plan to guide the implementation of a universal statewide system to increase prenatal Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) services for pregnant women in Hawaii.
A consensus plan to implement a universal SBIRT system for pregnant women across Hawaii was developed. Please click to view the accompanying report, including: agenda, attendees, action plan, timeline and resolution to policy issues.