Midwives of Color

Join us on Wednesday, August 24th at 12:30 pm Eastern for
Effective Use of Labor Induction to Support
Intended Vaginal Birth
This session will:
  • Discuss institutional techniques to help facilitate safe and successful labor inductions that support vaginal births.
  • Describe counseling techniques for optimizing informed and shared decision making related to inductions of labor and vaginal births.
  • Provide tips on how institutions can successfully educate providers and enhance skills to promote successful vaginal births after induction of labor.
An open Q&A session with
Drs. Edmonds and Lagrew will follow the presentation
.
Speakers

edmonds_joyce.png
Joyce Edmonds, PhD, MPH, RN
Assistant Professor,
Boston College

David Lagrew, MD, FACOG
Chief Integration and
Acccountability Officer,
MemorialCare Health System

lagew_david.png
clickheretoregister_blueonred_white.png
What: August Safety Action Series
When: Wednesday, August 24 at
12:30 pm ET
Where: Dial-in provided at
registration
Fees: None, it’s FREE to join

Fond du Lac UVDC Grant Writing Workshop

Action Plan for Depression and Anxiety

DOWNLOAD PDF HERE

This Friday 8/19 is the last day for pre-registration discount 

Register Now

  home-slide-3

Inherent Birth

TAKING IT BACK TO BASICS:
Celebrate birth’s inherent voice through holistic antenatal education

 

MORE INFORMATION HERE

Image result for black breastfeeding weekImage result for black breastfeeding week

Join us for the second annual Ina Corinne Brown Lecture given by Monica Raye Simpson.  Monica Raye Simpson is the Executive Director of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. A native of rural North Carolina, Monica has organized extensively against human rights violations, reproductive oppression, the prison industrial complex, racism and intolerance and is deeply invested in southern movement building and the fight for Black liberation. She is also committed to birth justice as a certified Doula. Monica couples her activism with her artistry and released her first live album entitled Revolutionary Love where she blends her gospel roots and her passion for social justice with deep soul to create the sound known as Revolutionary Soul. Because of her “artivism” Monica was named as a New Civil Rights Leader by Essence Magazine and chosen as one of Advocate Magazine’s 40 under 40 leaders

Image result for sistersong

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 344 other followers

Top Posts & Pages

Follow Midwives of Color on WordPress.com

Past Post

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 344 other followers

%d bloggers like this: