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Community-Based Doulas and Midwives on Addressing the U.S. Maternal Health Crisis
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Community-Based Doulas and Midwives on Addressing the U.S. Maternal Health Crisis

Midwives and doulas discuss their important role in addressing the U.S. maternal health crisis.

See also:Community-Based Doulas and Midwives: Key to Addressing the U.S. Maternal Health Crisis” by Nora Ellmann

Hear directly from community-based midwives and doulas on their role in providing patient-centered care that improves the outcomes and experiences of birthing people.

Jasmine Hardy is the video producer at the Center for American Progress. Max Hardman is a video intern at the Center. Nora Ellmann is a research associate for women’s health and rights for the Women’s Initiative at the Center. 

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Authors

Jasmine Hardy

Senior Video Producer

Max Hardman

Nora Ellmann

Research Associate, Women’s Health and Rights

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