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September 26, 2017
12:00 pm: Live Webinar: Art of African American Postpartum Care
September 26, 2017 –
Live Webinar: Art of African American Postpartum Care
Childbearing in the 20th Century was a life and death experience, and most deaths occurred in the postpartum period. World Health Organization (WHO) says, most maternal and infant deaths occur during this time. African American postpartum care is a protective factor against maternal mortality by practicing traditions that safeguard the mother and her infant.
The African American postpartum care model extends beyond the western standard of 6 weeks postnatal care. Science has confirmed that certain parts of recuperation after birth can take up to a year.
September 27, 2017
12:00 pm: Live Webinar: Cross-Cultural Knowledge in Maternity Care
September 27, 2017 –
Live Webinar: Cross-Cultural Knowledge in Maternity Care
Cross-cultural training is critical in preparing maternity care providers to meet the health needs of diverse populations; improving provider-patient communication, eliminating pervasive racial/ethnic disparities in medical care and understanding of cultural belief systems of patients that assist or hinder effective health care delivery.
Successfully delivering maternity care in a manner that resonates with the client/patient, affirms their worth and preserves their dignity is improved with cross-cultural knowledge.
September 28, 2017
12:00 pm: Live Webinar: The History of the African American Midwife
September 28, 2017 –
Live Webinar: The History of the African American Midwife
The historical role of the African American midwife was one of hope and health; whose humble service shaped cultural perceptions of motherhood, protected, uplifted and empowered women and men, and improved maternity care in communities across the nation.
This webinar is a comprehensive lecture on the history of the African American midwife, her present status and the future existence of the African American midwife...
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