COVID-19 has added another layer of risk to pregnancy and childbirth. Women in the US already had the greatest risk of dying from pregnancy complications among 11 high-income countries (Commonwealth Fund, 2018). Black, American Indian, and Alaska Native (AI/AN) women are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than white women (CDC, 2019). Join clinicians from the Northeast as they talk about the strategies they utilized to lower the risk for all pregnant women under their care.
Recommended CitationCampbell, MD, MPH, Katherine H.; Goffman, MD, FACOG, Dena; Pettker, MD, Christian; Wylie, MD, MPH, Blair; and Cooper, MD, JD, Mary R., "Obstetrics & Birthing During COVID-19" (2020). COVID-19: Spread the Science, not the Virus Seminar Series. Paper 13.