Interview with LifeWrap Igniter Suellen Miller

In an interview with Barbara Glickstein from Healthstyles, Center for Health Media and Policy at Hunter College, our LifeWrap Igniter Dr. Suellen Miller discusses the LifeWrap’s start and its profound global effects in saving mothers’ lives despite pervasive social and gender inequities.

Listen to the full interview here.

Emma Rouda is an MPH graduate student at University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health studying Maternal and Child Health. Emma worked in Zambia on the NASG cluster trials as well as supporting other research and dissemination of the results of the Zambia and Zimbabwe combined results. She assisted with the startup of Beyond Repair, an obstetric fistula study set in Uganda. Emma is currently conducting a secondary data analysis on over 1600 cases of women with severe hypovolemic shock to explore the relationship of comorbidities to maternal mortality.