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Title V MCH Services Block Grant Needs Assessment in Region X (pdf)

The Northwest Bulletin: Family and Child Health provides timely, relevant information about the health and health care of children and their families to public health professionals practicing in the Northwest region (Region X) of the United States.

Maternal and Child Public Health Webinar Series

These webinars provide up-to-date information on topics related to Title V MCH national performance measures.There are 18 of these performance measures that describe a specific health need that, when successfully addressed, can lead to better outcomes.


Mother and Child

The Center for Excellence in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) provides interdisciplinary, graduate-level training in maternal and child public health research and practice, including epidemiology, biostatistics, program planning and management, policy development, and advocacy.

Students graduate from our program with the skills to become leaders in improving the research, service systems, programs, and policies that support the health of women, children, and families in the United States.

Student, Faculty, Alumni News

Nithya Kannan (Class of 2017) will present her research on "Timely Hemodynamic Resuscitation and Outcomes in Severe Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury" and "Early Intracranial Pressure Monitoring and Outcomes in Severe Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury" at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Trauma Society, November 6-7, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Vivian Lyons (Class of 2016) received the UW School of Public Health Endowed Fellowship for her outstanding academic merit and leadership potential in the field of Public Health.

Priya Patel (Class of 2016) was one of 10 people in the U.S. selected to join the MCHB Trainee Ambassador Group (TAG). Her membership is a result of her strong leadership skills and mentoring experience. She will spend the next 15 months collaborating with MCHB and MCH trainees on leadership development projects.

Help Support Your MCH Program!!

Alumni and others who wish to donate to the University of Washington can now designate their dollars to directly support the Maternal and Child Public Health Leadership Training Program. To do so, visit the MCH Program Fund for Excellence.