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Maternal Health Innovation

Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
 
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RMOMS is a federally funded grant program that seeks to improve maternal health in rural communities. The Texas and Missouri RMOMS representatives with us today that you'll hear from our awardees of the initial pilot between the federal Office of Rural Health Policy and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Today, we discuss innovative solutions th…
 
For true innovation in maternal health to occur, we need to take a look at what works (and what needs improving) with maternal health in various cultures. On this episode, we discuss learning from tribal and indigenous cultures, and the programs and trainings involved. Today's guests are Heidi Christensen and Lynn Lane, Maternal Health Innovation P…
 
Vanessa Caldari founded Mujeres Ayudando Madres because she I realized that midwifery care, especially in Puerto Rico, was really for people with access to the finances and the education to have that care. She didn't want midwifery care to be a privilege, so she did something about it. Vanessa Caldari is the founder of Mujeres Ayudando Madres, a no…
 
In the Appalachian region, poverty is a huge concern. Too often, pregnant women miss appointments because they don't have the money for gas. Or they'll have a baby on Thursday and return to work on Monday because they need the paycheck. And breastfeeding can be seen as for "hillbillies" or "rednecks." For our guests today, they saw the problem and …
 
Black women have twice the rate of preterm birth compared to white women, and that has persisted despite decades of research, despite differences in socioeconomic status, maternal education, access to prenatal care. When you pair or look at a Black woman and a white woman who are pregnant, the Black woman will have their baby early at twice the rat…
 
Eight years ago, when To-wen Tseng returned to work after giving birth to her first child, her right to pump at work was denied and the company refused to provide either a space or a break time to pump (lawsuit). Stevie Merino (Birthworkers of Color Collective) is a doula and lactation professional whose graduate school research focuses on Pacific …
 
The sad reality is that people in rural communities don't have as many resources to healthcare, and that includes adequate prenatal and maternity care. For Shaunette Howard, her biggest role is advocating for birthing people and their families so that they can get as many of the necessary resources as possible. Today's episode is hosted by Dr. Kris…
 
According to today's guest, Dr. Rachel Caskey, "stark disparities exist whereby Black women are nearly three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related condition compared to white women. In addition, it is estimated that the majority of deaths are actually preventable." Today, we talk about what can be done to fix these inequities and dispar…
 
For Birth Sisters Doula Services' LaToshia Rouse, becoming a doula changed her entire life because she gets to give people exactly what she wishes she had while delivering her 4 children (including triplets). According to LaToshia, "the reward is instant. It's addictive and you get to do it again and again, and you keep hearing the stories." But un…
 
Join us as we speak with experts about ways we can better serve women and birthing people and advance maternal health equity. From what is going well to what needs to be done to improve our health outcomes, we will share innovative work, new strategies, and impactful stories from people who are changing birthing care for families in our country. Le…
 
"What can parents do to make a smooth return to work after having a baby?" Returning to work after having a baby can be a daunting jump to make. In this episode, Augustine Colebrook and Kesha Chiappinelli talk with Lori Mihalich-Levin, JD, the author of Back to Work After Baby: How to Plan and Navigate a Mindful Return from Maternity Leave. They di…
 
"How can astrology help me take control of my own life?" In the middles ages, the only two people present at a birth, aside from the mother, were a midwife and an astrologer. In this episode, midwife Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS, and astrologer Michelle Scarrott discuss how astrology is a blueprint for what you have to work with in this life, as we…
 
How does fluoride consumption during pregnancy and early infancy impact a child's IQ? More than 70% of drinking water in the United States is fluoridated, while 97% of western European countries have rejected fluoridation. Over 60 studies have now linked fluoride with reduced IQ in children. In this episode, Augustine Colebrook and Kesha Chiappinel…
 
How do early traumatic experiences affect children? In this episode, Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS is joined by Ilse DeKoeyer-Laros, Ph.D., who shares her 20+ years of research and experience in infant mental health and treatment. They discuss how early traumatic experiences have a lasting effect on children, systemic problems, solutions, and what s…
 
How do you prevent trauma in your kids, when you are suffering from trauma yourself? Basically everyone who survives childhood has little ‘t’ traumas, but exactly how much those traumas effect you determines where you have memories or whether you have complex ptsd. In this in-depth episode, Augustine Colebrook and Kesha Chiappinelli speak with Lice…
 
What part do you want government to play in regulating birth choice? With 15 states left to create a licensure process for CPM’s, 42 states left to create a licensure Process for CM’s, And 29 states still to create a licensure process for ND-Midwives, well as fully half the states not offering autonomous practice for CNM’s, the legal and autonomous…
 
What if obstetrics had no competition? Hear from Hermine Hayes-Kline, JD human rights attorney in Oregon, fighting the medical monopoly that seeks to eliminate midwifery. She joins hosts Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS & Kesha Chiappinelli, JD, IBCLC along with Becca Meek, RN, CNM FNP, a midwife in Oregon who once was the owner of a successful birth c…
 
“What three toxic substances should I avoid in pregnancy and parenting.” Award-winning, investigative journalist, Jennifer Margulis, PhD joins hosts, Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS & Kesha Chiappinelli, JD, IBCLC to share her decades worth of research on avoiding toxic exposure for mom and baby, physically, mentally, and emotionally. References and L…
 
“Do I have to use a reproductive endocrinologist to achieve pregnancy?” Join Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS and her special guest, Brittany Thornton, CPM, LM a midwife, mother and traditional surrogate x6 as they discuss alternatives to the high medicalized assisted reproductive process. Some people who want to be pregnant do indeed need all the tech…
 
‘What if my baby is breech?’ Join Augustine Colebrook, MA-MCHS, a midwife & maternal child health investigator, Dr. Caitlin Clarke, DC a Webster-certified chiropractor & doula-advocate and Dr. Anne Lundquist, DC, FICPA, SaBAP a prenatal chiropractic & parent educator as they discuss discuss steps for pregnant people who discover their baby is breec…
 
“Where is the societally acceptable line between public health and personal autonomy in life and in labor?” Autonomy, defined as being free from outside intervention is a very important notion in Western culture. And yet, as social distancing and self quarantine sweep the globe, people are voluntarily giving up personal liberty in favor of the ‘gre…
 
“What should I do if I am a victim of sexual assault or obstetric violence by my doctor?’ Women routinely report being denied food and drink, being forced to lie in one position during labor, being denied the choice of VBAC, receiving frequent, rough vaginal examinations, having their waters ruptured without consent, being denied the desired number…
 
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