UBC midwives give record number of presentations at Canadian Association of Midwives Conference in Halifax, October 22-25, 2019

Six UBC Midwifery faculty members and a student delivered 6 oral presentations at the annual Canadian Association of Midwives Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, during the week of October 22, 2019.

Cathy Ellis, Mixed Methods Research: Midwifery Services and Culturally Safe Birthing Practices in Remote Nepal

Jane Wines for Hamideh Bayrampour, Perceptions about Cannabis Use during Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period: an Integrative Review

Jane Wines (and Hamideh Bayrampour), Comparison of Perinatal Outcomes of Planned Home Birth After Cesarean (HBAC) and Planned Hospital Vaginal Birth in British Columbia

Cecilia Jevitt, Supporting Women with Obesity Toward a More Normal Birth

Luba Butska and Kazuko Hiroe, Midwifery Outside the Standards of Practice: Rebuilding Trust. Luba and Kazuko used a Skype connection to bring Kazuko into the conference for her portion of the presentation-flawless!

Lehe Speigelman (Clinical Faculty member from Gibsons, BC), Decision Fatigue in Pregnancy-Understanding the Cumulative Costs of Making Decisions in Pregnancy.

Zoe Hodgson (Clinical Assistant Professor) and Arianne Albert, Waterbirth and Perinatal Outcomes in British Columbia: a Retrospective Cohort Study. Zoe and her team received a 2018 Stollery Research Award to support this work.