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.
As the gift-giving season comes to a close, thoughts turn to the new year and new plans. Before we say goodbye to this year, consider closing out your 2017 planned giving to organizations that ethically support maternal-infant health globally, and in your own community.
Today on Science & Sensibility, blogger and researcher Christina Gebel submits an Op-Ed piece in response to a recent Slate article written by Elissa Strauss. Strauss wrote a strong piece exploring licensing and/or national certification of doulas. While there are many facets that still need to be
Last week, Childbirth Connection, a program of the National Partnership for Women & Families, and Choices in Childbirth released an informative and useful issue brief: Overdue: Medicaid and Private Insurance Coverage of Doula Care to Strengthen Maternal and Infant Health. Both of these orga
As you get ready to say goodbye to 2015 and welcome in a new year, in whatever fashion feels good to you (I prefer a quiet night at home, probably asleep by 10 PM, living the on-call doula life) consider taking some time out of this last day of 2015 to make a tax deductible contribution to some dese