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Distinguished Lecture Series: Native American Maternal Child Health; National and Local Perspective
Review most current research and
data on Native American moms and
babies within the United States and
locally. Discuss current practices and
programs in place that focus on
Maternal Child Health, areas of need
and possible solutions to further
improve birth outcomes in Native
communities.

Mar 5, 2021 11:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Candi Cornelius, MSN, RN, CLC
Prenatal Care Coordinator, Oneida Community Health Center
Candi Cornelius is from the Oneida and Menominee Nations of Wisconsin. For the past decade, Candi has worked for the Oneida Community Health Center as a Prenatal Care Coordinator.Candi is certified in Child Passenger Safety, and is a certified Lactation Counselor and Childbirth Educator. She provides childbirth and breastfeeding classes in the community to equip expecting parents with the knowledge to make informed decisions to have a good birth outcome and to improve breastfeeding rates.