Educational Opportunities and Capacity Building
We are committed to mentoring and growing the next generation of clinicians, birth workers, and researchers committed to advancing maternal health equity.
How Can Students Join the Program
for Maternal Health Equity?
Students are expected to commit ~10–20 hours per week to PMHE research projects and be active participants in regular meetings. Involvement in a PMHE research project can provide opportunities for hands-on research experiences that may include training in observational research, intervention studies, online survey development, IRB correspondence, content analyses, managing and analyzing data, contributing to manuscript preparation, and developing independent research projects.
If you are interested in learning more about internship or summer paid opportunities at PMHE CLICK HERE
We are planning to offer scholarships to community members interested in birth worker training programs. Please check back as we develop this new initiative for opportunities to apply and/or to donate. More to come!