Truth About VBAC: March Webinar

March 16, 2013 @ 11:00 pm – March 17, 2013 @ 1:30 am
Instant Presenter
$85 per person
Jennifer Kamel

Join us for the March 2013 VBAC Facts webinar!  Due to presenting at a Midwifery Today pre-conference session and offering classes in Oregon and Miami over the coming months, the next webinar will be in June.

Have you had a cesarean? Do you want to understand your future birth options? Are your friends and family worried about your desire to plan a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC)? Are your clients or patients seeking accurate information? Can you speak intelligently on the risks and benefits of VBAC and repeat cesarean?

Developed and presented by Jen Kamel, Founder & Executive Director of VBAC Facts, “The Truth About VBAC: History, Politics & Stats” webinar delivers an evidence-based review of interesting and hard to find information relative to post-cesarean birth options to parents, birth advocates, and medical professionals over two consecutive Saturdays. It is jam packed with statistics, analysis, and recommendations directly from respected medical journals, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the National Institutes of Health.

The class answers many questions such as:

    • What are the current VBAC guidelines?
    • Why are VBACs banned in one-half of American hospitals?
    • What is uterine rupture and what are the factors influencing a woman’s risk?
    • What is the “immediately available” recommendation and how does it impact access to VBAC?
    • Is it possible to plan a successful hospital VBAC?
    • How long should a woman wait after a cesarean until she gets pregnant again?
    • How do the risks and benefits of VBAC vs. repeat cesarean compare?
    • What are the outcomes for moms and babies?
    • What are the risks and benefits of out-of-hospital birth?
    • How does mode of delivery impact gut colonization?
    • What is the “VBAC double standard?”
    • What are the factors for understanding obstetrical risk?
    • How do you tell the difference between birth myths, scare tactics, and informed consent?
    • What are a patient’s legal rights when it comes to birth?

Read more about Jen’s unique advocacy style as well as reviews of the class.

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