While we don’t normally publish consecutive posts on the same topic we thought today’s post warranted release. We are committed to increasing international awareness of the issues and controversies in birth care protocols, advances in birth policy legislation, best practices and alternative options available to mothers. To that end I recently authored a paper for submission to the international database resource available for the summit on Respecting Childbirth. The summit took place in France during our Mother’s Day week event, the week of May 11, 2009. We are all pleased to announce the paper was accepted for their database and some light is being shed on the truth of the state of maternity care in the USA. It is our desire to raise awareness internationally that although America spends a lot of money on technology it does not mean that all American technology is to be accepted on face value as being beneficial. The link to the summit (above) will bring you to the link on the paper, Home Birth: The Gold Standard of Cesarean Prevention or you may click the title link to download the paper and distribute it in your community, to your legislators as you move forward protecting your birth options where you live. The first link in this post will also provide you with a tri-fold brochure you may wish to distribute by email or hard copy to your state’s legislators as well.
June 4, 2009
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