Here is a sneak peak at some of the evidence based studies we will be exploring:
No Need for Most Moms to Fast During Labor
According to the evidence -- There is really no reason to deny sustenance to laboring women, except for adherence to older, conventional ways that do not take best-evidence care into consideration. It is now established that women may eat and drink as they need to during labor
Guidelines at a glance: External Cephalic Version
Did you know: EXTERNAL CEPHALIC VERSION In the United States, there is a widespread belief that the overall cesarean delivery rate is higher than necessary. Efforts are being directed toward decreasing the number of these procedures, in part by encouraging physicians to make changes in their management practices.
Lack of evidence for Postdate Induction
Data Shows: data from 2002-2008 in the US showed 11.4% of low risk first births and 6.4% of low risk multiparous births that attempted vaginal birth were induced for the reason of 'post dates’ and a total of 45% of births, that were not elective cesareans, were induced.
The Long Island Doula Association, Inc., (LIDA), invites you to a 5 hour workshop that will provide you with a powerful set of tools to share with your clients. This workshop is for anyone interested in supporting and/or educating birthing mothers.
When: November 16, 2019
Time: 10:00 to 3:00
Where: Planned Parenthood of Nassau County
540 Fulton Ave
Hempstead NY 11550
$ 90 per person
$ 80 LIDA member rate
Deadline to register November 10 (no walk in's)
Are you interested in best-evidence, optimal maternity care and how to help your clients get it? Do you want to know how to give your clients the tools to exercise their legal, financial and ethical rights with confidence?... to help them get nothing less than best-evidence care during labor and birth?...
then this workshop is for you!
These tools will provide birthing women access to information and studies that define best-evidence care, and provide them with the confidence to expect that care. This is not a “method” or a philosophy; it’s just a simple way to inform mothers-to-be of their birthing rights and how to communicate with their caregivers to achieve optimal care.
At this workshop you’ll receive: