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Today my guest is Cyd Ropp. she has a Ph.D. in rhetorical Theory and Criticism from the University of Memphis. Today we will talk about the differences between midwifery and obstetrics and how it's oxymoronic to charge midwives with practicing medicine. We will also talk about intuition and prudential reasoning vs. logic and protocols. While we are at it we are going to tackle this thought: that all women should think of this as a "pro-choice" topic--why should pro-choice only mean abortion? Can't we coopt the phrase for homebirth? (do you think that's too controversial? Would Christians want to be "pro-choice" for homebirth? Can live and let live extend to everyone's womb? It's gonna be a good one!
Tonight, we'll talk to midwives about just what it is they do...
If you are considering a natural birth, or experienced the joys of home birth we want to hear from you. This show will explore natural home births, as well as natural birth pros and cons. Natural birth mom Anita Redd of Anita's Balm shares her experience of giving birth naturally. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a guest on the show.
The History, Value & Necessity of Midwifery in Black America In this very important series, we have experts and leaders in the field of midwifery, maternity, motherhood, and healthcare. They will provide historical insights and solutions surrounding the state of Black maternity and the role of midwifery in solving maternity and infant morbidity and mortality. Part 1: History of Midwifery in Black America Few people know the extraordinary and traditional role that Blac
Special Guest: Senior Midwife Sarahn Agyriwah Henderson of Atlanta GA. A midwife for over 30 years and has delivered over 500 babies internationally! She shares her amazing life story and how midwifery is part of African Traditional Healing Systems. If you are thinking about becoming a midwife or having your baby at home join us to as we welcome this spirit filled and gifted Queen "Keeper of African Traditional Midwifery,"
Tonight my guest is Michelle Gober, she is a midwife and birth activist. She attended the 2nd Annual Birth Activist Retreat in Utah, and is a volunteer for the U.S. Human Rights in Childbirth Legal Defense Network. She received her midwifery training in the controversial birth states of Arizona and North Carolina.She initiated fundraising efforts for Rowan Bailey's bail and legal defense. Later in the program we will be joined by Hermine Hayes-Klein an Attorney and the director of the Bynkershoek Research Center for Reproductive Rights (RCRR) at the Bynkershoek Institute in The Hague. In 2012 she organized a conference on Human Rights in Childbirth in The Hague, along with a team of volunteers. The conference and the issues it addressed were memorialized in the documentary Freedom for Birth. We will be discussing the ultimate responsibility of the parents, the rights of the birthing mother and the persecution of midwives and more. Please join us live or in the chat room.&n
WEDNESDAY 2ND OCTOBER 2013 @ 9.00PM (GMT) OR 5.00PM (EST) My Guest this week is Paulette Lewis. Paulette has worked in a variety of healthcare settings with vast experience both in Midwifery, Nursing and Management. Currently working as a Commissioner of Maternity Services, her experiences and determination has propelled her to Executive level posts in the National Health Service. Paulette Lewis is also the President of the Nurses Association of Jamaica (UK) [NAJ (UK)]
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Dr. Joshua U. Klein is a Reproductive Endocrinologist and fertility specialist who leads RMA of New York’s Brooklyn office. Dr. Klein specializes in treating infertile couples using both basic and advanced technologies. He has extensive clinical & research experience in all aspects of fertility, including reproductive & ovarian aging, reproductive disorders such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), & the integration of clinical, genetic & molecular data to improve IVF outcomes. Dr. Klein is also a skilled reproductive surgeon, and is well respected for his compassionate patient care.
Dr. Klein earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, served as Clinical Instructor in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Klein completed his fellowship training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia University Medical Center in NYC.
Dr. Klein has received numerous awards for his academic accomplishments and medical research. He was selected as a biomedical research fellow in the prestigious Darnell Laboratory at Rockefeller University in New York City. Dr. Klein was awarded the Harvard OB/GYN Resident Teaching Award, and as Chief Resident, was honored by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Midwifery Group for his efforts as a consulting physician. He has also been recognized as a "Top Doc" by Health Magazine.
Dr. Klein is an accomplished lecturer and author and has written numerous scientific research articles and book chapters in leading medical journals and textbooks.
Talking with Cordelia Hanna-Cheruiyot,
Midwife, Childbirth Educator
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Nationality for Free and the methods to Self- Autonomy
A Full Discussion before the 2013 Aboriginal Summit
Tonight we discuss how to protect how communities AFTER We build them and own them and the peoples resources that are already available to do so
A full discussion on the economic and strategic means to implement self-autonomy and protection
Inidgenous National Treasury
Indigenous Court & Legal Infrastructure & More
Is Building an Indigenous Military Unlawful-illegal
How can this institution protect Indigenous Peoples
How can one become a National (for Free) and member of the Indigenous Military of the Aboriginal Republic of North America
No more getting 2 million men together to get them to apologize
We have the lawful means juirsdiction and training systems to continue to implement Aboriginal Government and Indigenous Military.
This mechanism can be further funded through a National treasury
What we can provide to Nationals who nationalize for free
Sales and Property Tax Non Liability and Inidgenous Exemption
Dietary Laws and training that remove disease
Rites of Passage for Men and Women
Inherited Wealth Systems
Midwifery and Burial Procedures
100 % Civilization Righteousness and support of our National Treasury
Leadershuip as the Crown of the Aboriginal World a model of Government for Aboriginal Globally and the Crowm of the Islamic World in Scholarship and Systemization of the Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad
In this episode of Your Dunamas Life Dr. Pauline and Catherine are joined by Rachel Madrigal to disucss how women are systematically having their birth options taken from them by legislating midwives out of attending home births. Rachel is the current Co-leader of the Birth Network in Colorado Springs, president of the Pikes Peak Regional Doulas, and a doula in good standing in Colorado Springs. She is also finishing up her provisional childbirth educator training.
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Are you concerned about what it will be like to die? Do you have a loved one that is about to pass? Trepidation about death is fear of the unknown because no one knows for certain what is going to happen when we are no longer conscious of our everyday world.
Patricia L’Dara, author of Song of Sight: An introduction to Soul Passage Midwifery, has walked many souls through to “the other side”. Join Sharry and Richard for another edition of Sound Health Options as Patricia shares the secrets of death and dying and describes the Greater World. Patricia provides expansion to our minds and reality about what it like to see death as the ultimate birth.
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