Below are some recent interesting blog articles that discuss Childbirth Connection.
Blog Articles from 2013
Common Health :: Report: Many Mothers Say They're Pressured To Have Birth Interventions
by Rachel Zimmerman, May 13
Researchscape :: New Moms Trust Maternity Care Providers, Even When Feeling Pressured for Interventions
by Karen Flynn, May 10
Huffington Post :: Models of Effectiveness in Maternity Care: Saving Millions with Midwives and Birth Centers
by Mayri Leslie, March 11
Insurancequotes.com :: Childbirth Expert: Stopping Unnecessary C-sections Could Save $5 Billion
Lori Johnston interview with Maureen Corry, March 4
io9 :: Are Women Having Too Many C-Sections in the United States?
by George Dvorsky, March 1
Science & Sensibility :: Have You Made The Connection with Childbirth Connection? Three Reports You Don't Want To Miss
by Sharon Muza, January 10
Blog Articles from 2012
Prepared Patient :: Comparative Effectiveness Research
Jessie Gruman interview with Maureen Corry, October 24
Babble :: 10 Reasons to Think About Childbirth Now, Before the Ninth Month
by Ceridwen Morris, June 5
Minnesota Birth Center :: April is Cesarean Awareness Month
ACLU Blog of Rights :: Your Body, Your Decisions - This Means You, Moms!
By Mie Lewis, March 26
California Center for Health Reporting :: Baby Steps: Hospitals Reducing Early Elective Births. Slowly.
by Lauren Whaley, January 26
Wall Street Journal Health Blog :: Some Progress On Curbing Early Elective Deliveries
by Katherine Hobson, January 25
Blog Articles from 2011
Babble :: Give the Gift of Good Birth
December 15, by Ceridwen Morris
Babble :: Cost of Childbirth in America - How Does It Impact You?
Citizens for Midwifery :: GRN: Transforming Maternity Care: Connecting Consumer Activists to the Larger Picture
by Hillary Boucher, August 3
Science & Sensibility :: The Transforming Maternity Care Toolbox
by Amy Romano, April 19
Science & Sensibility :: The Maternal Quality Landscape – A Primer in Three Parts
by Christine Morton, April 15
The Health Care Blog :: Health 2.0 Spring Fling Updates
The Wall Street Journal Health Blog :: Educating Mothers About the Risks of Early Deliveries
by Laura Landro, March 1
Birthing Beautiful Ideas :: Why Might Doulas Make a Difference?
Midwife Thinking's Blog :: VBAC: Making a Mountain Out of a Molehill
Science & Sensibility :: Lamaze Healthy Birth Practice #3: Bring a Loved One, Friend, or Doula for Continuous Support
by Jackie Levine, February 22
Health Tap Blog :: Childbirth Connection Challenges Developers to Visualize Maternity Care Data
eHow :: How to Calculate Costs of Maternity Care
by Edriaan Koening, February 14
Science & Sensibility :: Data: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are!
by Amy Romano, February 2
Health 2.0 Developer Challenge Blog :: Exposing Variation in Maternity Care Quality, Health Outcomes, and Value: A Data Visualization Challenge
by Emily Ebert, January 29
Science & Sensibility :: “Except When Medically Necessary” : Making informed choices about induction of labor
by Amy Romano, January 27
Made for Mums :: Hospitals in USA Delivering Babies Early for No Medical Reason
by Devona Anidi, January 27
Birthing Beautiful Ideas :: New Data and Resources on Early Elective Birth
The Unnecesarean :: Article Round-up: Early Inductions,Practice Variation and Baby-Snatching
by Jill Arnold, January 26
Our Bodies Our Blog :: Leapfrog Group Releases Data on Early Elective Births
by Rachel Walden, January 26
The Wall Street Journal Health Blog :: Too Many Babies Being Delivered Early for No Good Reason: Report
by Katherine Hobson, January 26
RH Reality Check :: Early Inductions Lead to Higher Neonatal Risks
by Amy Newman, January 26
Being Pregnant :: New Study Shows: Too Many Babies Born Too Early On Purpose!
Postpartum Progress :: Mom Recounts How Childbirth Trauma Led Her to Postpartum PTSD
by Katherine Stone, January 11
Her Circle Ezine :: Randi Hutter Epstein, M. D., On Birth Trends and Procedures
by Shana Thornton, January 1
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