This morning over at Lamaze’s “Giving Birth with Confidence,” I have published a guest article about why women should care about evidence based birth…
…then one day, I started to get curious. I had always had a gut feeling that there was something wrong about my first birth. I was a completely healthy, low-risk pregnant woman who was in great physical condition. I was as healthy and strong at 9 months pregnant as I am right now. So why did I get the feeling that something was wrong about the care I received? Was my care really based on best evidence?
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Other guest blog articles I have written in 2012 include:
- “What is evidence-based birth?” for BirthLiteracy.com
- “What is the evidence for induction for low amniotic fluid in an otherwise healthy pregnancy?” for Science and Sensibility
- “The Wax Home Birth Meta-analysis: An Outsider’s Critique” (interview of a colleague) for Science and Sensibility
- “State of Maternity Care” for ImprovingBirth.org