Jo-Anna L. Rorie is an assistant professor and a member of the Nurse-Midwifery Education Program faculty of the Department of Maternal and Child Health at the Boston University School of Public Health. She received her master of science degree in nursing and nurse-midwifery education from Yale University and her master of public health degree from Harvard University School of Public Health. Ms. Rorie has extensive experience in providing primary care for women in a variety of community-based settings, including the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston and the Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury, where she was a key participant in the development and implementation of their Perinatal Initiative. During the past decade, Ms. Rorie has been instrumental in raising the awareness of public health officials and policymakers about the magnitude of Boston's infant mortality problem.
PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACHES TO COMMUNITY-BASED NEEDS: Boston's Infant Mortality Crisis as a Case Study
Article first published online: 31 DEC 2010
1997 American College of Nurse Midwives
Journal of Nurse-Midwifery
Volume 42, Issue 6, pages 527–534, November-December 1997
How to Cite
Rorie, J.-A. L., Richardson, K. A. and Gardner, R. (1997), PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACHES TO COMMUNITY-BASED NEEDS: Boston's Infant Mortality Crisis as a Case Study. Journal of Nurse-Midwifery, 42: 527–534. doi: 10.1016/S0091-2182(97)00092-X
- Issue published online: 31 DEC 2010
- Article first published online: 31 DEC 2010
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