2021 National Maternal & Infant Health Summit - DAY 2 (Session B)

2021 National Maternal & Infant Health Summit - DAY 2 (Session B)

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Day two of the 2021 National Maternal & Infant Health Summit features 10 breakout sessions. Watch Session B here:



- Family Building Options for the LGBTQ+ Community CCRM Fertility

- Making Safe Sleep Accessible and Inclusive

- Before pregnancy, during, and beyond: The Role of Continuous Reproductive Health Care

- Which Comes First? Why Is It So Hard for Housing and Health Care to Work Together During Pregnancy?

- Infant and Maternal Wellness



The 4th Annual Maternal & Infant Health Summit aims to build on the growing public awareness and interest of this important issue and the District’s continued approach to ensure the health of women, infants, and families. The 2021 Summit will address the changes that have taken place in DC in support of birthing people, families, and babies, as well as District residents at large, the importance of inclusivity in health, and resources that support the wellness of new moms and infants.

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