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Reflections on the “Push for Your Baby” Campaign

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In this editorial, a board member of Lamaze International describes the “Push for Your Baby” campaign to urge women to advocate for more evidence-based practice for better births. She also reflects on her hopes and worries about the “Push for Your Baby” campaign launched by Lamaze in May 2012. Discussing the realities of current maternity care practice, she asks how we can work with obstetric nurses and providers to have them support what most women value—vaginal birth.
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Keywords: birth advocacy; childbirth education; collaboration; evidence-based practice

Document Type: Guest Editorial

Affiliations: Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Publication date: 2012-01-01

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