Lamaze 2017 Advocacy Summit was a great success with over 100 Lamaze members visiting their politicians on Capitol Hill to advocate for maternal-infant health and childbirth education.
Sharon Muza interviews Neel Shah, MD, MPP about the role of childbirth educators in helping to make improvements in maternal-infant health.
New research has come to light that the impact of giving birth by cesarean section can also create gynecological problems long after a person's reproductive years are completed if they should have a hysterectomy.
Lamaze International has long had a strong commitment to helping new families have their voices heard with our Congressmen and women from all across the United States. Our 2017 Advocacy Summit lets our politicians know how critical childbirth education is for families to have safe and healthy birth
A recent research paper, Relationship Between Cesarean Rate and Maternal and Neonatal Mortality was published on December 1, 2015 in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). This new study calls into question the long standing World Health Organization recommenda