Join the Utah-Wyoming Joint Maternal Mortality Review Committee (MMRC)
Read below for more information on the needs of the MMRC. If you are interested in being a member of the Utah-Wyoming Joint MMRC, please fill out the application below and email it to email@example.com.
If you have any questions or problems with the application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MMRC Membership Needs
The Utah-Wyoming Joint Maternal Mortality Review Committee is currently seeking new members to serve on the committee. Current members represent diverse backgrounds, professions, and lived experience. These members include medical practitioners, social workers, public health nurses, toxicologists, mental health providers, community leaders, etc. Currently, the Utah-Wyoming Joint MMRC is in need of the following type(s) of experts/expertise and/or lived experience:
- Department of Family Services
- Advocacy and/or Lived Experience: Substance Use
- Advocacy and/or Lived Experience: Housing Insecurity/Poverty
The Utah-Wyoming Joint MMRC reviews de-identified case case summaries of deaths occurring during pregnancy or within the year of pregnancy, and all information about an identified case is gathered from death and birth certificates, medical records, autopsy reports, and other pertinent sources of information.
The goal of the MMRC reviews are to identify trends and risk factors for pregnancy related-death in Utah and Wyoming, identify preventable risk factors, and develop recommendations or strategies for prevention or intervention.