When looking at the health of our babies, we must first focus on women’s health and pregnancy health. Learn how we’re addressing women’s, pregnancy and infant health by reading our strategic plan.

 

Areas of Focus

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SPACING

Increasing the time
between pregnancies

Evidence shows that
premature birth is more likely
if Mom gets pregnant less
than 12 months after giving
birth to her last child.

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SMOKING

Reducing tobacco use

Evidence shows that
tobacco use increases the
likelihood of premature birth
and birth defects.

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SLEEP

Improving safe sleep
practices

Evidence shows that babies
sleep safest when they sleep
Alone, on their Backs and in a Crib.

Our Approach

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COMMUNICATIONS

Reaching women with simple,
actionable messages that
empower them to make
healthy choices.

To learn more, visit
our partners at Deskey.

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MEDICAL

Improving care so that
doctors provide standardized
evidence-based care
without judgment.

To learn more, contact
Dean Moritz at
moritzdj@ucmail.uc.edu.

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COMMUNITY

Meeting families where they are
so that they receive quality
information from the people they trust the most.

To learn more, contact
Ryan Mulligan at
ryan.mulligan@cradlecincinnati.org.

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Baby Steps

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Annual Report
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Where we stand on women’s
health, pregnancy health and
infant health.
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