Fall 2021 Free Public Webinar:
The Evidence on Top 5 Ways to
Prevent Tearing during Childbirth
Did You Know??
Tearing during childbirth is a common occurrence among people who have a vaginal birth. The updated evidence provides information on the outcomes for birthing people and how to prevent tearing during childbirth.
In this Evidence Based Birth® webinar, we will cover:
- Factors that increase the risk of tears,
- The potential consequences of tears, and
- The evidence on the top 5 most popular ways to prevent tearing during childbirth (do they work, or are they ineffective or harmful?).
Join us as we dive into the latest research evidence on the Top 5 Ways to Prevent Tearing in Childbirth!
Webinar registration is open. Each showing is identical and occurs live. You only need to register for one!
CEUs are not provided; however, you will learn info about how you can earn CEs at Evidence Based Birth®
8:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
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