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UNC Midwifery Centering Pregnancy Program Featured In Cary Magazine

May 11, 2021

Cary Magazine highlights UNC Midwifery program “Centering Pregnancy” in its April 2021 issue. This unique program creates connections among expectant mothers and enhances the prenatal and birthing experience through information and shared experiences, improving outcomes for both baby and parents. Read the entire Cary Magazine article here.

Higgins to be Inducted as Fellow in American College of Nurse-Midwives

February 26, 2021

Kathy Higgins, MS, CNM, will be inducted as a Fellow in the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) in May of this year. Approximately 7% of the ACNM membership receive this honor. Fellowship in the American College of Nurse-Midwives (FACNM) is an honor bestowed upon those midwives who have demonstrated leadership within ACNM, clinical excellence, outstanding … Continued

Elisabeth Johnson, PhD, NP receives the CARN-AP Carolyn Jewell “Steel Magnolia” Scholarship

June 23, 2020

In 2018, the Addictions Nursing Certification Board (ANCB) initiated the annual Carolyn Jewell “Steel Magnolia” Scholarship to honor Carolyn’s work in providing care for patients with addictions and to encourage others to promote the mission of healing. Elisabeth Johnson, PhD, NP, UNC Horizons’ Director of Health Services, was awarded the CARN-AP Carolyn Jewell “Steel Magnolia” … Continued

A message from UNC Midwives on CenteringPregnancy and COVID-19

March 10, 2020

A message from UNC Midwives on CenteringPregnancy and COVID-19 Dear Centering Pregnancy Participants UNC Health is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19. Due to the group nature of the Centering Pregnancy program, we would ask that participants who are at risk for COVID-19 not attend the group as planned and instead call the office. If … Continued

Neeta Vora, MD, receives pilot grant to advance non-invasive prenatal genetic testing

March 1, 2020

UNC Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care (PPMH), which aims to transform patient care through evidence-based precision medicine, and the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) have awarded four pilot grants for project that have direct clinical or human translational impact … Continued

Manuck receives new grant to expand preterm birth studies

February 26, 2020

Tracy Manuck, MD, received a $817,905 grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for her five-year project, “Patient-oriented research and mentoring in preterm birth toxicogenomics.” This new grant allows Manuck to leverage her ongoing prospective, longitudinal study of spontaneous preterm birth in a new way, studying how environmental exposures also impact preterm birth. … Continued