Systems of inequity: how institutional racism and implicit biases sustain health disparities in Black women

TyKera (Kera) Marrow, DPhil

August 14, 2024

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TyKera Marrow_no background_370x450

Systems of inequity: how institutional racism and implicit biases sustain health disparities in Black women

TyKera (Kera) Marrow, DPhil

August 14, 2024

Training Resources and Events

The National Perinatal Association has assembled resources to support families' mental health and well-being.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s “988 Partner Toolkit” is a resource center for social media, video, print, radio, FAQs, messaging and other marketing materials that can be used to promote the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists offers “Addressing perinatal mental health conditions in obstetric settings,” a free online course to help obstetric care clinicians address perinatal mental health

Building on the success of its October 2021 issue about perinatal mental health, the April 2024 issue of Health Affairs expands the magazine’s focus to “Perinatal mental health and well-being”

July 26-28, 2024 | Postpartum Support International 2024 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

July 19-25, 2024 | Black Maternal Mental Health Week, an annual event organized by The Shades of Blue Project, brings together healthcare professionals, mental health experts, advocates and community members to foster discussion, share research and promote strategies to improve mental health outcomes for Black mothers. #BMMHW24