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Harvard and BU 2021 Midwifery: A Solution for Disrespect, Racism and Other Challenges (0:59)

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Midwifery: An Evidence-Based Solution for Disrespect, Racism, and Other Challenges in Maternity Care

Harvard and Boston University‚Äôs Centers of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health offer 

April 29, 2021 

Length: 0 hr 59min


Number of views: 748 (as of 16 Oct. 2021)


Format:  Panel


Speakers: Ebony Marcelle, Holly Powell Kennedy, Eugene R. Declerq 


Synopsis: There are four points to consider concerning inequities and poor outcomes in U.S. Perinatal Health. We can use midwives to help address outcomes and inequities. This webinar discusses the relationship between psychoneurohormonal responses to stress and physical and psychological manifestations of health and illness.


Access Webinar Here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/mch-center-excellence/joint-webinar-with-boston-university/


Keywords: New Evidence, Topic Overview, Policies, Programs and Initiatives, Policy Makers, Academics, Clinicians, Interview,  Panel, One hour or less, Maternal Health, Pregnancy, Childbirth, Postpartum, Breastfeeding, Maternal Mortality, Maternal Mental Health, Newborn Health, Child Health, Respectful Maternity Care, Reproductive Health, Race


Reviewed By: Ying Xing 



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