Write for the MCH Blog!
Blog entries should be about 2-5 paragraphs in length (and no more than 500 words)
- They should include a title and the names of authors
- You may embed links into the text of relevant websites, PDF documents, videos, etc.
- You don’t have to include a picture, but it is recommended
Blogs are usually informal and written in a conversational style. If you make claims or refer to research, provide appropriate citations in APA style.
Please contact Cindy San Miguel, Program Coordinator, with blog entries or ideas at email@example.com. She will review any entries to ensure that they meet all the guidelines.
Ideas for possible blog entry topics include:
- Interviewing or telling the story of someone doing amazing work in MCH
- Current MCH students: Write about your experience related to a conference you attended, your Integrative Learning Experience, your volunteer work, a site visit for a MCH class, or your practicum. Tell your story – why did you choose to work in MCH? What kind of work do you want to do in the future?
- Write an entry about the research project you are working on
- Write about a current MCH issue that you are passionate about
MCH Alumna Success Story – Christine Bozlak Combating Childhood Obesity
MCH Students Champion Human Milk Banking
Meet Amy Solsman – Current MCH Epidemiology Student
Shattering Families – How Mass Incarceration Harms Parents and Children
- Equity, Autonomy and Substance Use Disorder: Lifecourse Considerations for Pregnant and Parenting People Wednesday… https://t.co/geQpH9QTLV, 11 hours ago
- Preventable Maternal Deaths Continue to Occur in the U.S. Read more here: https://t.co/GgxHNH5i5Z, Jan 23
- Check out this article on the 'Association of Acculturation With Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes'. Link: https://t.co/6e9Ud8D5FO, Jan 21
- Learn about the history of incubators and how this medical device has its roots in the carnival. Listen to 99% Invi… https://t.co/9242YbVEWd, Jan 16
- "2020 beginning this month—when more women and gender minorities are running for higher offices or are in elected o… https://t.co/tWbpk3iaet, Jan 16