Do you have one hour next Wednesday, February 27th from 2pm to 3pm ET to attend an informational free webinar about Lamaze International's Evidence-Based Labor Support Workshop?
As childbirth educators, we know how important it can be to have a loved one be a supportive and engaged participant in the labor and birth process. Educators can drop in little activities to help foster that connection. Here are six ideas to try in class.
This month’s Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators activity comes from childbirth educator Amanda Phillips. She introduces the fun use of emojis to talk about and reinforce information on the stages of labor.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month in the USA, and it is important for educators to share fact-based information about what people can do to take care of their cervix in order to have a healthy pregnancy and birth. 13,000 people a year are diagnosed with cervical cancer.
There are two research grants funded by Lamaze International. The grants are to be given for the purpose of studying the impact and value of evidence-based childbirth education on birth outcomes, patient satisfaction and/or cost of care, and to foster research skills among novice researchers.