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Infant Mortality with Dr. Swignoski SDOH
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Objectives for webinar: 1. Understand the external factors and context as it relates to infant mortality 2. Identify statistics and data related to infant mortality and social risks in Indiana 3. Describe resources and tools to aid in educating patients in prevention of infant mortality

When: 04/16/2019
11:00 AM
Where: Zoom Webinar
Presenter: Dr. Nancy Swigorski
Contact: Jenny Walden

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Social Determinants of Health Webinar Series

Topic: SDOH and Infant Mortality

Please join us at the next Social Determinants of Health Webinar series meeting via webinar on Tuesday April 16, 2019 at 11 a.m. (Eastern Time)  The Social Determinants of Health Webinar series provides a space for community organizations interested in addressing the social determinants of health(SDOH) to come together to share information and ideas, learn about community programs currently addressing SDOH, and engage in dialogue to form relationships with key players.

As we launch our 3rd year of the social determinants of health series, we will be highlighting vulnerable populations and how they are impacted by social determining factors. IPHCA is committed to working on reducing infant mortality in Indiana and will bring in Dr. Nancy Swigonski to speak on factors to prevent infant mortality. 

The link to the webinar and call-in information will be sent to you once you have registered online at the IPHCA website.  We encourage you to share this message so that other community partners and staff at your organization may participate in the conversation as well. Please contact Jenny Walden, or (317) 983-6340 with any questions.


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