Five Geisel Faculty Win National Health Care Delivery Award

The faculty won the award for work with mothers and newborns with opioid dependence.

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Julia Frew, MED ’05, and Daisy Goodman, Geisel ’14, also received the award.(Photo by Lars Blackmore)

Geisel School of Medicine faculty members Bonny Whalen, Steve Chapman, Alison Holmes, Julia Frew, MED ’05, and Daisy Goodman, Geisel ’14, have received the Academic Pediatric Association’s Health Care Delivery award for their work with mothers and newborns with opioid dependence. The Center for Addiction Recovery in Pregnancy and Parenting is a multidisciplinary network of experienced clinicians and researchers working together to support recovery from addiction for women who are pregnant and parenting, and to promote healthy growth and development in their children.

The Health Care Delivery award recognizes innovative and effective programs that provide health care in the context of a teaching setting involving medical students and/or residents.