Join the Maternal and Child Health Equity Conference to be held Aug. 25 in the Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex. The event will bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields and locations across Kansas to tackle the social determinants of health affecting maternal and child well-being.
The conference theme “Connect, Create, and Collaborate: Generating Proven Solutions for our State,” emphasizes the importance of working together to improve health outcomes. Participants will explore a wide range of factors impacting health, such as housing, economic issues, domestic violence, mental health and more. Attendees can earn nursing or social work CEUs while benefiting from enlightening presentations by expert speakers and valuable networking opportunities.
The conference is honored to have Dr. Nina Wallerstein as its keynote speaker. With over thirty years of experience in community-based participatory research, Dr. Wallerstein’s insights will inspire attendees to drive positive change.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation that will shape the future of maternal and child health in Kansas.