• 01:07

    Discussion with Dr. Camran Nezhat on the Endometriosis Worldwide March - 3/13/14

    in Health

    We are pleased to have Dr. Camran Nezhat on the show to discuss the upcoming Million Women March on Washinton D.C. to raise awareness for Endometriosis.  The Event will be held on March 13, 2014.  


    Among the premier organizations supporting the March for Endometriosis Awareness are: ACOG, ASRM, and the AMA.


    You can find out more about this event at:  http://www.millionwomenmarch2014.org


     

  • 00:29

    Who is Responsible for your Pregnancy, Birth and newborn?

    in Family

    Who is Responsible for your Pregnancy, Birth and newborn? What does ACOG say Informed Consent is a process and not just a signature on a form. Tonight Doula and Midwifery Assistant/Midwife in Training, Margaret Burns joins us as we discuss this important topic

  • 02:02

    Doug Laube, MD, MEd Chair PRCH

    in Politics Progressive

    PRCH Board Chair Douglas W. Laube, MD, MEd, cares for women through every stage of their reproductive years. He has counseled young women about contraception, delivered babies, provided abortions, and overseen a weekly menopause clinic.
     
    Today as PRCH’s board chair, Dr. Laube can frequently be found on Capitol Hill and in his home state capital of Madison, Wisconsin, advocating for state and federal policies that address women’s needs for comprehensive reproductive health care. He has visited dozens of legislators and policymakers to fight for women’s access to contraception, abortion, and other reproductive health services.
     
    Dr. Laube also speaks to the media, providing scientific and medical facts related to debates about abortion and contraception. He recently completed a Jefferson Science Fellowship in Washington, DC, working in the Population and Reproductive Health office in the Global Health Bureau of USAID. He continues to contribute his scientific expertise to the federal government.
     
    In 2006 and 2007, Dr. Laube served as president of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and he made medical education a priority for the organization. He has been a professor of obstetrics and gynecology for more than three decades, first at the University of Iowa, then at the University of Wisconsin, where he served as department chair from 1993 to 2006.

  • 00:30

    Texans for Midwifery and ACOGS "NEW" Opinion of Home Birth

    in Family

    This Evening we will be celebrating our LAST 30 minute show! Thanks to our new sponsor MAMA WISE we will be moving to a one hour format next MONDAY! Tonight we will be discussing Lobby Day at the Capitol and moving on later to a brief discussion about ACOG's (American College of Obstetrician and Gynecologists) NEW stance on homebirth

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