All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘nih consensus development conference’

  • Nih Vbac

    A Woman’s Guide to VBAC: Coming Soon!


    After attending the NIH Consensus Development Conference on VBAC back in March, I returned home inspired, excited, and motivated to empower other women about their birth options. At the height of my inspiration, I came up with the idea to create an “NIH VBAC Primer“–something …

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  • Has ACOG Been Listening to Birth Advocates?


    The June 2010 issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology–or “The Green Journal,” the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ (ACOG) research publication–includes three articles that address vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). One is a research article addressing maternal and neonatal outcomes associated with VBAC. One is …

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  • The NIH VBAC Statement Primer: Inspirations, Goals, and Enthusiasm


    Remember way back in mid-March when I returned from the NIH Consensus Development Conference on VBAC with a heapload of inspiration and energy to transform maternity care and access to VBAC in the United States? I haven’t written much about my goals since then, but …

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  • I Went to the NIH Consensus Development Conference on VBAC and All I Got Were These Lofty Goals


    Have I mentioned anything about that NIH Consensus Development Conference on VBAC yet? (I kid, I kid.) I realize that I’ve devoted six consecutive posts to the NIH VBAC conference.  That’s a lot, even for an obsessive person like me.  But I also really think …

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  • Vbac Primer Contributor

    NIH Releases Draft Consensus Statement on VBAC


    The NIH Consensus Development panel released their draft statement on vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) today.  For the most part, I think that the statement itself signifies a major step forward for birthing women–especially those of us with cesarean scars.  And that in and of …

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