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    The 2020 Maryland Reproductive Health Roundtable Virtual Series was a statewide, multiple sessions series spanning across three months to share education and information around reproductive health and family planning in the state of Maryland. These sessions invited public health professionals and clinical providers from city, county, and state agencies as well as health care institutions, community-based organizations, and academic partners. The topics addressed were based on priority challenges and opportunities in reproductive health care. Recordings of the sessions are below as well as corresponding resources. The 2020 Maryland Reproductive Health Roundtable Virtual Series was hosted by B’more for Healthy Babies, UChoose, Maryland Department of Health, and Morgan State University. Special thanks to Healthy Teen Network for helping to put on the series. For additional resources, please check out the Maryland Family Planning and Reproductive Health page: https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/mch/Pages/fp_home.aspx


    Videos from our virtual series:

    Pre-Session: Thursday April 30, 2020
    MDH Virtual Townhall on
    "Initiating Telehealth and COVID Preparedness in Family Planning Clinics"
    view slide presentation

    Tanya Parker, Planned Parenthood of Maryland
    Charlotte Hager, Baltimore City Health Department

    Session #1: Tuesday, June 2, 2020
    Melissa Beasley, Maryland Department of Health
    Session #2: Tuesday June 16, 2020
    Gulielma Leonard Fager & Nishant Shah - UCSF Bixby Institute Beyond the Pill Program
    Session #3: Thursday, July 2, 2020 
    Raegan McDonald-Mosley - Planned Parenthood of Maryland
    Session #4: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 
    Nadine Finigan-Carr - Ruth Young Center for Maryland at the Institute for Innovation and Implementation at the University of Maryland: School of Social Work
    Session # 5: Tuesday July 28, 2020 
    Shelley Miller and Holly Ireland - The Danya Institute, Inc./ Central East ATTC. 
    Other Resources: 

    August 2020