SMFM Press Room
If you are a member of the media in need of information about high-risk pregnancies or the Society, please contact Kerri Wade via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. SMFM staff can direct you to physicians and scientists who are experts in a wide variety of pregnancy-related issues. The press office is open Monday-Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM ET.
SMFM in the News
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2021 Press Releases & Public Statements
- Jan 19: SMFM Appoints Christina Wurster as New CEO
- Jan 13: Physicians, Midwives, and Nurses Encourage Health Care Workers to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
SMFM in the News
- Time (Jan 21): With Little Data to Guide Them, Pregnant Health Care Workers Are Stepping Up to Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19
- NY Post (Jan 13): These Pregnant Healthcare Pros Got the COVID-19 Vaccine
- In Style (Jan 13): The COVID Vaccine Rollout is Leaving Pregnant People Hanging
- MedPage (Jan 13): Pregnant Doctors are Getting their COVID Shots
- ABC 7 Detroit (Jan 13): Is COVID-19 Immunity Shared through Breastmilk? Metro Detroit Doctors Take Part in Study
- ABC 11 Raleigh Durham (Jan 12): Duke Doctor Leads National Push to Study COVID-19 Vaccine in Pregnant Women
- CBS 4 New Orleans (Jan 11): Pregnant Doctor Explains Why She Got the COVID Vaccine
- MedPage (Jan 11): Pregnant Doctors are Getting their COVID Shots
- NJ.com (Jan 8): COVID Vaccine: Does the Vaccine Cause Infertility? Is it Safe to Take While Pregnant?
- CBS 5 San Antonio (Jan 6): Should Pregnant Women Get COVID-19 Vaccine?
- The Lily (Jan 5): As a Pregnant OB/GYN, I’m Acutely Aware of COVID-19’s Risks. That’s Why I’m Taking the Vaccine
- Contemporary ObGyn (Jan 4) : Navigating the Annual Pregnancy Meeting
Houston Chronical (Jan 3): Pregnant, Immunocompromised or Have Allergies? Here’s What You Need to Know about COVID-19 Vaccines