Childbirth Education and Doula Care During Times of Stress, Trauma, and Grieving
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: DEBRA PASCALI-BONARO, a Doulas of North America (DONA)-approved doula trainer and a member of DONA's original board of directors, received Lamaze International's Elisabeth Bing Award for “her dedication and vision in mobilizing support for the childbearing widows of September 11.” She serves on the Leadership Council of the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services and was project director for the Maternity Center Association Forum on Stress, Trauma, and Communal Grieving: The Experiences of Pregnant Women, New Mothers, and Maternity Care Providers after 9/11.
Publication date: 01 September 2003
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