University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill receives funding to reduce infant mortality and improve birth outcomes by advancing young women's health and wellness nationally
New funding will support preconception health pilot programs focused on the preventative well visit
Pleased to announce:  Today, the Center for Maternal and Infant Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC CMIH) received new funding to reduce infant mortality and improve birth outcomes by advancing the status of women's preconception health (health and wellness prior to pregnancy), particularly for low-income women and women of color in some of the country's most underserved communities. READ ON.
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  • .@UNCCMIH receives @HRSAgov Preconception Health CoIIN to advance women's health care across 4 states: http://bit.ly/PCCoINN. #HRSAGrants
  • .@UNCCMIH + @PCHHC will lead 4- statewide preconception health programs with new HRSA COIIN grant: http://bit.ly/PCCoINN 
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  • Proud to partner with UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health & the National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative as they work to advance women's health across the U.S. with new #HRSAgrants Preconception Health CoIIN. Details: http://bit.ly/PCCoINN

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