Course for doulas, student midwives, nurses, and other birth professionals
Really important information is available for pregnant women to assess their local hospitals ranking for cesareans.
Click to download and read the report
The Consumer Reports website has released an informational video and also a blog post entitled “What hospitals don’t want you to know about C-sections”. The information compiled is important to inform families about the options available to them for labor and birth.
Cesarean rates were low in 1970 in the United States just 5.5%
Resources to change and prevent Prenatal and Maternity care Abuse
Conflicted about telling the truth – I am so so happy I gave birth at home with a midwife. Must I keep it a secret?
Eating in labor is a basic human right supported by research and evidence. Women should be allowed food in childbirth if they request it.