Interview with Carol Sakala, PhD., Director of Childbirth Connection programs at the National Partnership for Women & Families and one of the lead researchers on the Listening to Mothers in California research where parents' voices are heard about their childbearing experiences.
A new report, Listening to Mothers in California, was released last week and there is valuable information for consumers and birth professionals to be found from this research. Read all about these study findings.
Blueprint for Advancing High-Value Maternity Care Through Physiologic Childbearing aims to outline and promote "well-tested, evidence-informed strategies" that can be used as a guideline to address current systems that are failing childbearing families.
This Thursday 1-2 pm ET, you are invited to speak with national health care leaders about findings from Listening To Mothers III -- the third in a series of major national studies that examines women's maternity experiences from before birth through the postpartum period. Among many other findings,