Science in Action: Collaborating in Georgia to Improve Black Maternal Health

Johnson & Johnson’s Health of Women team is collaborating with various academic institutions, health workers, community organizations, and maternal health leaders in Georgia to enhance maternal healthcare for Black mothers. Due to a lack of obstetric services, Georgia is ranked one of the most dangerous states for childbirth, especially for Black women. The Health of Women team is working to reduce Black maternal mortality through evidence-based solutions and programs such as the Georgia Maternal Health Research for Action Steering Committee, PM3 (a mobile app for Black women), ethnographic research studies, and telehealth partnerships. The team is focused on a science-based approach and listening to Black mothers and healthcare providers to address the US maternal mortality crisis.

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