In this episode I review all the projects completed at Evidence Based Birth in 2018 – and what a year it was! From launching this podcast and an extensive series and workshop on Comfort Measures, to releasing new Signature Articles, webinars, a Higher Ed curriculum AND developing a new cutting-edge EBB childbirth class – what we accomplished in 2018 gives us incredible momentum for what we have planned in 2019!
Join me for a sneak peek into what is on the horizon for the next 12 months.
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