Today, nearly 80% of Internet users in the U.S. admit to going online with their medical questions before contacting a doctor. Social media users feel that the internet is a valuable source for health & pregnancy-related information. Learn more about how today's families are using online resources.
If you’re like me, you love to learn from other childbirth educators. Pinterest has been a place that has really gathered some steam in terms of childbirth educators gathering and creating a hub of things to look at, learn, and do. While I have talked about some of the basics of using a Pinterest
Today on Science & Sensibility, social media expert and Lamaze International President Robin Elise Weiss shares how she uses the popular social media platform Pinterest with her childbirth education classes and offers suggestions on how you can use it as well with great results. - Sharon Muza
By Janelle Durham, MSW, LCCEAs we move into the new year, you may be considering starting your own independent childbirth education or birth related business. Maybe you already have such a business already established but are looking to take it to the next level. Today's post is part of a new
Today on Science & Sensibility, contributor Andrea Lythgoe, LCCE, birth doula and photographer shares information about using images and text in your work as a birth professional - for teaching, marketing or other purposes. Using images and other works responsibly is the right thing t