Infant Mortality Advisory Council Meetings (IMAC)
To create an environment in which every Michigan baby is born healthy and ready to thrive in a safe and nurturing family within local communities and systems that promote equity.
Improve infant health outcomes and eliminate disparity in infant mortality by mobilizing public and private partners to address social determinants of health, promote evidence-based practices, and improve systems of care for women of childbearing age, infants, and families.
The Infant Mortality Advisory Council's purpose is to support the development and implementation of Michigan's Infant Mortality Reduction Plan (IMRP). The Advisory Council pursues a shared vision and mission across the sectors and systems represented on the Council, and it exists to advise, assist, and promote statewide collaborative improvement efforts to reduce infant mortality.
The IMAC meets quarterly; 1:30-3:30p
- February 9th, 2017 - Perinatology Research Branch at Hutzel Hospital, 3990 John R in Detroit, MI 48201
- May 11th, 2017 – Kent County Health Department, Lakes Room lower level, 700 Fuller Avenue NE, Grand Rapids
- August 11th, 2017 – Munson Medical Center, Room TBD, Traverse City
- November 9th, 2017 - Location TBD
Click here if you are interested in becoming a member of the Infant Mortality Advisory Council please fill out the membership form and participation agreement and send the signed documents back to firstname.lastname@example.org