- This event has passed.
35th Annual Therese Dondero Memorial Lecture
October 13, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Anti-oppression in Midwifery Research and Practice: We have met the enemy and they are us
Presented by Saraswathi Vedam, RM, PhD, FACNM, Sci D (hc)
Dr. Saraswathi Vedam is Lead Investigator of the Birth Place Lab and Professor of Midwifery in the Faculty of Medicine at University of British Columbia.
Thursday, October 13, 2022 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM EST | 1.5 CE
$14.99 (Students) | $24.99 (Members) | $29.99 (Student Non-Members) | $49.99 (Non-Members)
What does the evidence tell us about the effects of oppression, loss of bodily autonomy, and discrimination during health care encounters on short- and long-term well-being? Does type of provider affect experiences of reproductive and perinatal services? Should caesarean reduction be the goal? Do Black and Indigenous lives matter to midwifery and medical providers? What do service users say? How do providers action their beliefs about human rights?
This session will explore findings and insights from participatory research on quality, safety, risk, and present anti-racist actions, models, and accountability tools that clinicians and health systems can adopt to accept responsibility and enhance quality and safety.
To learn more, visit the event website.
This event is sponsored by The A.C.N.M. Foundation, Inc. and supported by the Therese Dondero Memorial Fund