Carter Presents at 2019 Infant Health Policy Summit

Brigit Carter on Panel at Infant Health Policy SummitBrigit Carter, associate dean for Diversity and Inclusion, recently participated in a panel discussion on Neonatal Intensive Care Unit disparities at the 2019 Infant Health Policy Summit in Washington, D.C. The event is hosted by The National Coalition for Infant Health which educates and advocates on behalf of premature infants from birth to age two.

A central theme in the panel discussion was good communication with parents of young children and how to build patient-centered NICUs. Carter was joined by DeShay Rice-Clansy, MSW, of Atlanta's Grady Health System; and Suzanne Staebler, DNP, of Emory University.

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