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BMHC24

Doing It For the CULTURE

Missed out last year?....check out BMHC23 highlights here!

The Black Maternal Health Conference Mississippi is the premiere gathering space in celebration of maternal and child health (MCH) professionals with a specific focus on BIPOC communities.  Every year, the conference aims to highlight the impact maternal and child health (MCH) programs are making at all levels for women, children, and families and to provide participants with tools and resources to develop, enhance, and sustain vital MCH programs and services.

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This year’s Conference Theme - Doing It for The Culture; Black Maternal Health Matters

This year’s annual conference theme focuses on our heritage, our way of living, our dialect, what makes us-well us! We celebrate and empower those professionals and leaders in maternal and child health who reflect the diversity of experiences, cultures, and abilities of the people we serve. Sustainable leadership requires understanding, compassion, empathy and partnerships so as we delve into what drives our thoughts and way of life; we will foster a deeper understanding of who we are. Our values are reflected in who we raise up as leaders.

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The goal is to cultivate innovative, creative, and resilient leaders who in turn use their talents to support healthy communities. This requires developing spaces that acknowledge, encourage, and promote the sustainably of authentic leadership. The culture of maternal health matters. Only thriving people can transform systems. This year, our annual conference will dive into how we all can, as good stewards of maternal health, play a vital part in ensuring positive maternal outcomes by enriching patient/family experiences by authentically engaging with families and communities; therefore, ensuring a sustainable, equitable future for all.

Recent Announcements

Have you saved the date for the 2024 Annual Conference? Mark your calendars to join us April 12, 2024, at the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services located in Madison, MS! We will continue to offer content in-person and virtually through our conference platform with the theme: Doing It for the CULTURE. 

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Conference Platform is LIVE

Everything about BMHC24 is now available in one place! Visit our conference platform to view the schedule at-a-glance (which includes opportunities for networking and skill-building sessions as well as plenty of impactful workshops and inspiring plenary sessions.), hotel and travel information, and much more!

 

As maternal and child health (MCH) professionals, our purpose remains at the heart of every decision, collaboration, and initiative we undertake. This year, as we focus on intentional impact, we introduce our 2024 Black Maternal Health Conference theme: Doing It for the CULTURE. Mom.ME. has always believed that collaboration isn’t just about joining forces, but coming together with intent, direction, and vision to make an impact for communities.

The BMHC 2024 theme acknowledges a foundational concept: while we are powerful as individuals, our true strength is magnified through collaboration. It calls upon each of us in the MCH community to be deliberate about who we partner with and how we forge these relationships. Through this idea, we are choosing a path rooted in authenticity as we seek to amplify the voices of those we serve, understand power dynamics, and ensure that our joint efforts reflect genuine respect and mutual goals.  

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Hear what they said...

"The conference was awesome!!! I met some wonderful people who provided some useful information."

Lakecia Tolliver-Evans, MS

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