It’s National Public Health Week! Did you know that since EHDI data tracking began in 2005, that over 50,000 babies have been identified as deaf or hard of hearing? Now that is a public health win! Check out the CDC’s EHDI data tracking at https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/hearingloss/ehdi-data.html
It’s National Public Health Week! Did you know that the Health Services and Resources Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide grant funding for newborn hearing screening? These grants include state-based programs [http://www.infanthearing.org/states/index.html] as well as a technical resource center [http://www.infanthearing.org/index.html], a family support center [https://handsandvoices.org/fl3/index.html], a medical home initiative [https://www.aap.org/…/Early-Hearing-Detection-and-Intervent…], and training to pediatric audiologists [https://www.aucd.org/template/page.cfm?id=754].
Together, all these organizations comprise our nation’s EHDI System.
Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention: Volume 6 Issue 1 is now available! You can see the current issue of JEHDI, as well as past issues, at the link below.
It’s National Public Health Week! Did you know that EHDI is a relatively new public health program? In 2002, congress passed legislation that provided funding to 2 national organizations to oversee EHDI—these organizations are the Health Services and Resources Administration (https://mchb.hrsa.gov/maternal-child-health-initiatives/early-hearing-detection-and-intervention.html) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/hearingloss/index.html).
April 5-11 is National Public Health Week (NPHW)! Did you know that EHDI is a public health program? The theme for NPHW is “Building Bridges to Better Health.” Building on this theme, we will be posting the public health history of EHDI and EHDI’s impact on public health. See more about NPHW at http://www.nphw.org.
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