Today we meet Natalie Burke, President, and CEO of CommonHealth ACTION, who will be presenting "Getting Uncomfortable: Equity in Maternal Health." CommonHealth ACTION develops people and organizations to produce health through equitable policies, programs, and practices.
The SOGC opinion on and corresponding statement on home birth is a refreshing respectful and collaborative approach to the choices of birth location facing birthing families today.
Through ethnographic research and in-depth interviews sociologist Theresa Morris, through her book, "Health Care in Crisis: Hospitals, Nurses, and the Consequences of Policy Change" gives us an inside look at a hospital in transition through the eyes of the nurses who work there.
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.
Lamaze was one of the MfM sponsors and it was great to see our organization's name up there on the huge center stage. I was proud of the role that my certifying body has taken in standing with other leaders in maternal-infant health to improve outcomes for families and supporting this event.