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The contest challenges maternal and child health advocates to promote the text service, provided by the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition.
These new initiatives--combined with the existing Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant, the Title X family planning program, the Adolescent Family Life program and the new Pregnancy Assistance Fund--have given maternal and child health advocates new reason for optimism.
She then describes the kinds of biologic, social, community, and political knowledge of which child health advocates should be aware and the kinds of practices dictated by the required coordination between professionals, parents, agencies, and public officials.
Michael works with some of the most influential child health advocates in the world including the current U.
Maternal and child health advocates heralded the passage of the Prematurity Research Expansion and Education for Mothers Who Deliver Infants Early Act in mid-December as a move that will increase federal support for research and education on premature birth.
More than 400 healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses and nurse practitioners, geneticists and genetic counselors, nutritionists and dietitians, health educators and public health directors, and child health advocates, are expected to attend.