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Taking Steps Towards Better Maternal Health: What Everyone Should Know – The Why Midwifery Podcast

Welcome to the Why Midwifery podcast! Join Dr. Tanya Khemet Taiwo as she dives into how maternal health outcomes can be improved by integrating midwifery care into the health system. Learn about the many ways that Black families benefit from midwifery care and understand how to ensure quality care for every mother. Don’t miss this important conversation on the Why Midwifery podcast!

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Join the Conversation: Learn About Midwifery Care – The Why Midwifery Podcast

Are you looking for an informative discussion on midwifery and the Midwives Model of Care? Look no further! Join Dr. Teah Hairston as she meets with Nurse Midwife Lisa Davis to discuss why midwifery is an impactful form of care – from how it can provide a more nurturing experience for moms, to how it can result in more supported labor and birth!

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Overview

Join the Conversation: Learn About Midwifery Care – The Why Midwifery Podcast

Are you looking for an informative discussion on midwifery and the Midwives Model of Care? Look no further! Join Dr. Teah Hairston as she meets with Nurse Midwife Lisa Davis to discuss why midwifery is an impactful form of care – from how it can provide a more nurturing experience for moms, to how it can result in more supported labor and birth!

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A Conversation with Mama Shafia Monroe – The Why Midwifery Podcast

🎙️ Welcome to Why Midwifery! In this episode, we’re honored to have the incredible Mama Shafia Monroe as our guest. Join us as we delve into a captivating conversation with a true trailblazer in the world of midwifery and women’s health.

Shafia M. Monroe is a renowned midwife, doula trainer, motivational speaker, and cultural competency trainer. With a lifelong dedication to “Birthing CHANGE,” she has left an indelible mark on the field. Recognized as the “Queen Mother of a Midwife Movement” by Madame Noir, Shafia’s pioneering work in Boston, Massachusetts has transformed the landscape of midwifery.

As a co-founder of the Traditional Childbearing Group (TCBG), a non-profit organization, Shafia Monroe has championed the cause of reducing infant mortality through home birth services, training community midwives, and providing essential prenatal education. Her legacy as Boston’s primary African American home birth midwife from 1978 to 1991 speaks volumes about her commitment to empowering women and ensuring safe, culturally competent birthing experiences.

Don’t miss this illuminating episode where we explore Shafia’s journey, her remarkable contributions to midwifery, and her insights into the importance of preserving cultural traditions in the birthing process. Tune in now to gain inspiration from a true Queen Mother of midwifery! 🌟

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