Interdisciplinary Institute on the Reproductive Health of Incarcerated Women in Minnesota

  • October 20, 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • U of MN, St. Paul Campus

This event will bring together professionals, students, educators, legislators, and researchers to identify the major reproductive health issues facing incarcerated women and the best practices to address those needs.


Fee: Registration is $20.00 (+ 2.09 handling). Breakfast, lunch, and parking free.

Register: http://z.umn.edu/mchincarceratedwomen
CEUs will be available.


Purpose
• Delineate the major reproductive health issues of incarcerated women.
• Identify best practices and policies to optimize the reproductive health of incarcerated women.
• Identify best practices and polices for prenatal and postpartum care and education for incarcerated women.

Format
• Presentations by nationally known speakers on incarceration as a public health issue; preconception, prenatal and postpartum health of incarcerated women; and prison nurseries.
• Small-group case study discussions about current issues and
controversies associated with the reproductive health of incarcerated women.
• Intended Audience: Professionals, students, educators, legislators, and researchers in corrections, maternal and child health, reproductive health, women’s health, public health policy, nursing, and medicine.


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