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Maternal Mortality Disparities: Black Mothers Expected to Fare Worse in COVID-19 Pandemic

Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17, is an opportunity to raise awareness and center Black women’s voices in the conversation not only on Black maternal health in the United States, but in the conversation around coronavirus (COVID-19) disparities. Read More

Be a Man About It--Get an HIV Test

National HIV Testing Day is June 27th. June also happens to be Men’s Health Month. What do these two things have in common? Well, men usually account for about 70-80% of new HIV cases annually. Men who have sex with men (MSM) make up the majority of these cases. Read More

National Public Health Week 2019: Discover MSM's eMPH Program

To help celebrate National Public Health Week April 1-7, why not take a closer look at the eMPH and the entire Graduate Education in Public Health program? Read More

Atlanta's Role in the Fight for Mental Health in the African-American Community

Though a seemingly overwhelming task at times, the issue of our community’s undertreated mental health problems can be served through its budding resources. Read More

ROEO: In Its 8th Year at Grady!

In its eighth year, the Reach One Each One (ROEO) program, is a flagship medical mentoring experience for Metro Atlanta high school students. It is a signature outreach initiative of Grady Health System, Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), and Emory University School of Medicine (EUSOM). Read More

Celebrating Our Collective Impact: Community Engagement Day 2018

This year’s Community Engagement Day, MSM partnered with the Villages at Carver Family YMCA to host nearly 400 community members and a wide range of community organizations as exhibitors of services and resources related to health, education, finance, neighborhood environment, and social support services. Read More