Drexel Maternal and Child Health Program Selected as Mentor Program by the Association in Teachers of Maternal and Child Health (ATMCH)
February 2, 2024
The Drexel Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program is proud to announce that it has been selected by the Association of Teachers in Maternal and Child Health (ATMCH) as a mentor program as part of the 2024 ATMCH Mentorship Project.
Dr. Renee Turchi (MCH Program Director and PI) and Dr. Renee Davis (MCH Program Coordinator) will work with mentee Dr. Liz McFarlane at the University of Hawaii during the next several months to further maternal and child health training opportunities at the University of Hawaii.
The goal of this specific project is to work towards the development of a graduate-level MCH certificate and an elective undergraduate MCH course at the University of Hawaii.
Both the Maternal and Child Health Certificate and the undergraduate course PBHL 305 Women and Children: Health & Society are currently available at Dornsife and were developed through the MCH Program as part of its HRSA/MCHB MCH Catalyst grant.
Drs. Turchi and Davis are honored by this selection and excited to work with Dr. McFarlane to further build MCH training opportunities in graduate and undergraduate education.
Learn more about the ATMCH Mentorship Project.
About the Maternal and Child Health Program
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