Black Maternal Health Week is a week that centers awareness on Black families and the inequitable outcomes that they bear during pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
As Lamaze programs spread out across the globe, we celebrate the addition of these Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators (LCCEs) representing many cultures. Lamaze International's new "Online Education Majority Countries Discount Program" helps support educators in diverse locations globally.
I would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming second annual March for Moms event in Washington D.C. on May 6th, 2018. Lamaze International is proud to be an official partner of the March for Moms!
On the eve of the LamazeLIVE! 2018 conference in San Antonio, it’s appropriate to share favorite tips for getting the most out of a conference experience. Whether you’re en route to the conference today or planning on attending a conference later this year, we’ve compiled exactly what not to do!
Natalie S. Burke, LamazeLIVE! plenary speaker will be discussing inequities in maternal and infant health and the systemic changes that need to happen in our country in order to reduce the number of parents and babies of color dying in the USA. Sharon Muza does a pre-event Q&A with Natalie today.