The goal of the NYS Obstetric Hemorrhage Project was to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality statewide by translating evidence-based guidelines into clinical practice to improve the assessment for and management of obstetric hemorrhage.
About 1 in 8 women experience symptoms of postpartum depression. As with other forms of mental health conditions, early recognition and treatment of postpartum depression can lead to better symptom management and faster recovery rates. Community organizations, public health professionals, providers, and other healthcare workers can use these Healthy Start perinatal depression brochures to reach mothers and birthing people in their communities.
Ensuring women and birthing people have access to the proper resources to combat depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy is crucial. Community organizations, public health professionals, providers, and other healthcare workers can use the new Spanish Healthy Start perinatal depression brochures to reach more communities.
Too often, people living with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) and their families and caregivers miss critical healthcare appointments for a variety of reasons. These important resources and tools can be used to guide efforts to improve relationships between providers and people living with SCD.