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Season 4 Episode 8: Spinning Babies – Comfort in Pregnancy and Easier Births with Gail Tully
Dec 03 2020 48 mins  
Curiosity about why one woman labored in a straightforward manner and a woman in a similar situation struggled much more led Gail Tully to ask why. She dug in to understand not only the role of the pelvic bones in labor but also the soft tissues that can either create a good pathway or block baby’s progress through them. Listen to her story and how she developed new techniques and reimagined some older ones to help birthing people create an easier path for their babies to emerge. Gail Tully, CPM, is the Spinning Babies Lady and an expert in Fetal Positioning. A new paradigm emerged in 2001 with Spinning Babies® putting physiology first in labor progress to replace the high dependence on cesarean surgery. Previously a DONA International approved doula trainer, doula and homebirth midwife, Gail was a founding mother of the Childbirth Collective, one of the largest doula non-profits in the USA. She created the Hennepin County Medical Center’s Doula Project and led trainings for the Somali Doula Program and Turtle Women of St. Paul’s American Indian Family Center. Gail Tully and her 14 Approved Trainers offer workshops and world speaking engagements. Listen and Learn: How curiosity, coupled with solid understanding of anatomy and physiology created the Spinning Babies program The impact of gravity on the 30 muscles in the pelvis and how to work with these structures The things birthing people can do to ease tension in pregnancy and create a good path for their baby when birthing time comes The various training courses and who they are intended for Why so many providers are becoming skilled in these techniques Resources & Mentions: Related Products from InJoy Understanding Birth Curriculum Miracle of Birth 3: Five Birth Stories Miracle of Birth 4: Five Birth Stories Pain Management for Childbirth – Vol. 1

Season 4 Episode 6: Lamaze International: Yesterday, Today, and the Future with Christen Sadler of Lamaze
Nov 04 2020 45 mins  
Listen as Christen Sadler, Immediate Past President of Lamaze, tells us more about Lamaze’s beginnings, how they have grown, and where the future may be taking them. Christen shares ways the organization advances their mission: “Advancing Safe & Healthy Birth for Everyone, Everywhere.” Learn more about Lamaze’s current projects, including research and advocacy to help not only the educators but also parents in this country and others. A Registered Nurse for over 25 years, Christen Sadler’s experience spans multiple specialty areas including gerontology, med/surg, women’s health, and community health, as well as nursing education. She has worked in various capacities in Africa, South America, and the Southern United States. Currently she is a student in the PhD program at Texas Women’s University. In fall of 2020, she will join the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Additionally, she teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas. She is immediate past president of Lamaze International and teaches private Lamaze classes. Listen and Learn: About advancing safe and healthy pregnancy, birth, and early parenting through evidence-based education and advocacy How birth is a transformative experience for birthing families, whether it is positive or negative How the annual Advocacy Summit transformed into two town halls & a series of webinars explore virtual teaching, small business loans, equity in maternal mortality, and for incarcerated women and other important topics for educators What new efforts are in place to increase childbirth education internationally How you can promote the mission by joining one of the committees, such as Research, Equity and Diversity, Outreach, or Advocacy Resources & Mentions Lamaze International Website Lamaze Volunteer Opportunities Lamaze Volunteer Interest Form “A Key Strategy to Improve U.S. Maternal & Childbirth Outcomes” White Paper Related Products from InJoy Understanding Birth Curiculum Mother’s Advocate: an InJoy & Lamaze Jointly Produced Website & Videos

Season 4 Episode 7: Vaginal Breech Birth: New Insights with Rixa Freeze, PhD
Nov 03 2020 57 mins  
Rixa Freeze has a PhD from the University of Iowa and is a researcher, professor, and mother of four children. Her current research specialization is vaginal breech birth. She is the president of Breech Without Borders, a 501(c)3 nonprofit and teaches at a private liberal arts college. She blogs at Stand and Deliver. Listen and Learn: A lack of research may impede the view of breech birth as a normal life event Training for delivering singleton breech babies is not very common in US medical schools Research on breech birth outcomes is more available in other countries and some is now happening in the US also Many of the studies present conflicting information Not everyone with a breech baby is a good candidate for a breech vaginal birth Those that are good candidates may be able to avoid a cesarean with the right healthcare provider More breech vaginal births would likely be done if more healthcare providers were knowledgeable in the techniques, risks, and safety considerations. Breech Without Boarders is doing grassroots training for practitioners to relearn the skills here in the US and abroad Resources & Mentions: Breech Without Borders Vaginal breech workshops Reteach Breech fundraiser Stand and Deliver Blog Breech Without Borders Vimeo page Instructional breech birth videos (showing the normal mechanisms of breech) Related Products from InJoy Understanding Birth Curriculum

Season 4 Episode 5 (Part 2): Growing a Healthy Rainbow Baby with Katherine Hyde-Hensley
Nov 02 2020 32 mins  
In Life After Loss Part 1, Katherine tells her story of loss and how it impacted her personal growth and her family. Be sure to give it a listen. (Click here for part 1) Listen to Part 2 as we continue to follow Katherine’s journey to becoming a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist and having her Rainbow Baby Alice. She always desired to have a big family but after a loss there was a lot to think about. Getting pregnant again unexpectedly created uncertainty that Katherine and her husband worked through. But looking back, Katherine realized that she was just going through the motions of this new pregnancy. Find out how this new baby transformed their lives and how attachment is different with a Rainbow Baby. Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and received her training as a Certified Postpartum Doula (DONA), certified Birth Doula (DONA), Resolve Through Sharing Perinatal Bereavement Trainer, Perinatal Loss Doula (LDI), and Palliative Care Provider from Harvard Medical School. Since 2008 she has combined her personal and professional experiences to improve the lives of infants, children, and families across Western North Carolina. Katherine lives in Asheville, NC with her husband Dave and four children, Elliott 19, Eliza 16, (Helen 14), and Alice 13. Listen and Learn: How fear impacts pregnancy after loss How caregivers could have helped lessen that fear What her “ghost pregnancy” means How Katherine moved from detached to attached What groups you should know about to help women you work with How online groups may be a benefit to both parents Resources & Mentions:  Threads of Love Star Legacy Foundation Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA) Katherine Hyde Hensley Counseling and Consulting Related Products from InJoy:  Guide to Grief and Healing After the Loss of your Baby

Season 4 Episode 5: Life After Loss with Katherine Hyde-Hensley – Part 1 
Oct 21 2020 38 mins  
Loss is always difficult.  Losing someone you’re supposed to be meeting for the first time and spending the rest of your life with is even tougher.  Katherine and her family planned for a joyful event, the birth of their daughter Helen, but that turned to sorrow when Helen was stillborn.    Listen in as we follow Katherine’s journey of becoming a postpartum and loss doula and ultimately, a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist.  She will walk us through resources and research shaping the world of loss and provide ideas for healing that we can use with our families, friends, students, or clients experiencing similar types of loss.    Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and received her training as a Certified Postpartum Doula (DONA), certified Birth Doula (DONA), Resolve Through Sharing Perinatal Bereavement Trainer, Perinatal Loss Doula (LDI), and Palliative Care Provider from Harvard Medical School.  Since 2008 she has combined her personal and professional experiences to improve the lives of infants, children, and families. Katherine lives in Asheville, NC with her husband Dave and four children, Elliott 19, Eliza 16, (Helen 14), and Alice 13.  Next week, be sure to tune in to “Part 2: Growing a Healthy Rainbow Baby” to learn more about how the birth of a new baby after perinatal loss impacts the life of the family.     Listen and Learn (Part 1):   Why support is important to families in crisis after the loss of their loved one  How the medical community still finds it hard to come to grips with the loss of a baby  How palliative care is crucial to this type of loss  The rate of loss in the United States   What to do to honor and help make memories after the loss  What steps can be taken to help minimize loss  5 steps to reduce the risk of stillbirth & perinatal loss  The Pregnancy Research Project    Resources & Mentions:   Threads of Love Star Legacy Foundation   Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA)  Katherine Hyde Hensley Counseling and Consulting      Related Products from InJoy:   A Guide to Grief and Healing After the Loss of your Baby   

Season 4 Episode 4: ICEA – 60 Years of Educator & Doula Training to Improve Maternal-Child Health with Bonita Katz, President of ICEA
Oct 07 2020 41 mins  
Listen as Bonita (Boni) Katz BA, RN, ICCE, ICBD, IAT, CLC talks about the impact that ICEA has had on the field of maternal-child health and her own journey. Promoting family-centered care and freedom to make decisions based on knowledge of options and alternatives are the key tenants of ICEA. Boni’s own birth helped spark her interest in becoming a certified childbirth educator and doula with ICEA. Joining ICEA in 1991, she went on to become a nurse and has continued her work as a childbirth educator and doula. Boni joined the ICEA board 2013 and is currently serving a two-year term as the president through the end of this year. Listen and Learn: A short history of childbirth education in the US ICEA’s journey from teaching parents to training teachers (and later doulas) The importance of certification The flexibility that is needed during times like COVID The challenges of working internationally Improving infant and maternal mortality Resources & Mentions: Visit the ICEA Website ICEA Virtual Conference bundles Position Papers, Statements & Core Competencies Partners The International Childbirth Initiative (ICI): 12 Steps to Safe and Respectful MotherBaby-Family Maternity Care Related Products from InJoy: Understanding Birth Curriculum Pain Management for Childbirth, Two Volumes The Stages of Labor: A Visual Guide

Season 4 Episode 3: Making Safe Sleep Possible for All Families with Devon George of Cribs for Kids
Sep 23 2020 38 mins  
When the “Back to Sleep” campaign to reduce infant deaths started in 1994, the rate of SIDS went from 10,000 to 3,500 per year very quickly.  Judy Bannon, founder of Cribs for Kids, realized that was a great thing but also found that some neighborhoods in her area had not reduced the number of SIDS deaths. She wanted to help.  Listen in today with our guest Devon George to find out how Cribs for Kids took on the challenge to make sure that families had a safe place for their babies to sleep, along with the education to go with it.  She will also discuss their programs like the National Hospital Certification Program to help lower the numbers of SIDS deaths even more.  Devon George, MSN, RN is Director of Education at Cribs for Kids, where her primary focus is the National Hospital Certification Program. Devon joined Cribs for Kids after working in academic nursing where she oversaw clinical curriculum for ADN and BSN programs.  She also sits on the board of directors of Global Links, serving as the Vice Chair.  Listen and Learn:  Why Back to Sleep transitioned to Safe to Sleep  1,600 partners nationwide provide the Cribs for Kids safe sleep cribettes and educational materials  Hospitals can become nationally certified by making sure all patients go home with education about the ABCs – Alone, on their Back, in a Crib The importance of having all who care for the baby know about safe sleep - grandparents, childcare providers, babysitters and family   Safe sleep happens at night AND during the day  COVID created opportunities for new ways to get the education and cribettes to families  Everyone can promote Safe to Sleep  Resources & Mentions:  Cribs for Kids Safe Sleep Ambassador program The National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program Ette Cetera – Support Cribs for Kids when purchasing baby necessities for you or your loved ones Reach out to Devon George   Related Products from InJoy:  Understanding Infant & Child Safety Curriculum Understanding Your Newborn Curriculum   Understanding Mother & Baby Care Curriculum   InJoy’s 7 Steps to Reduce Risk of SIDS

Season 4 Episode 1: United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC): Its History, Today’s Story, & Vision for the Future
Aug 26 2020 47 mins  
Listen as Nikia Sankofa, Executive Director, and Amelia Psmythe Seger, Deputy Director, unfold the richness of USBC. They will tell us about when, why, and how USBC was created, and what the organization's goals are for today and for the future to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding in the United States. The strategy and structure of the USBC makes it one of the most dedicated and productive organizations that support those who are supporting families. Listen and Learn: A short history of how USBC started USBC is a “coalition of coalitions” About the Awake to Woke to Work document to impact equity The organizational change that allowed USBC to grow from 50 to 100 members in less than 1 year COVID-19 Infant and Young Children Feeding Constellation is an emergency response, leveraging capacity through racial equity with 43 member organizations involved About using spaces and graces at the community level to continue to grow in knowledge about equity Ways that you and your organization can get involved – how in-kind support is needed Resources & Mentions: Visit the USBC Website COVID-19 Infant and Young Child Feeding Constellation National Breastfeeding Conference & Convening “Reimagined” USBC Facebook USBC Twitter Interested in your organization joining USBC as a Member? Contact [email protected] Want to offer in-kind support? Contact [email protected]

Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19 – Changing Education Formats to Meet Student Needs with Anne Wright, MS, Manager of Perinatal Patient Education at Texas Children's Women’s Pavillion
May 19 2020 31 mins  
Many hospitals have pared their class offerings down to core classes and moved them online. Join us to hear Anne’s story about what those changes have meant for Anne, her staff, and the students. Anne Wright’s background is in education. She spent 10 years working for Continental Airlines providing leadership development training to over 5,000 leaders worldwide. During that time, Anne developed a desire to bring leadership principles to families during their childbearing years. She began working at Texas Children's Hospital in 2004 as a leadership and organizational development specialist. In her free time, Anne became a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and began teaching childbirth classes. In 2011, Texas Children's opened the Pavilion for Women, and Anne became the manager of patient education. Over the past six years, Anne’s team has developed standardized curriculum for 18 different classes. She put into place class standards, department policies and procedures, and a structured development program for educators. Listen and Learn: How to maintain quality, access, and innovation while changing how education is delivered What complications had to be overcome in quickly launching virtual formats Reasons for reducing class offerings to only core classes during the crisis How virtual maternity tours can be beneficial for some parents now and even in the future Skills her staff is developing in this time that will be beneficial in the long-term Resources & Mentions: Building Bridges: Virtual Solutions for Teaching Parents InJoy's eClass Solutions InJoy’s COVID Resources Listen to another episode we recorded with Anne!

Healthcare in the Time of COVID: Working as a Lactation Consultant in the Hospital Setting During the Pandemic with Beverly Wilhelm, RN, BSN, IBCLC.
May 12 2020 25 mins  
Learn how an experienced IBCLC navigates to serve breastfeeding moms and babies in the hospital setting during the time of COVID-19. Beverly Wilhelm is a Registered Nurse of 25 years and an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant of 15 years in Women’s Services (primarily NICU and Mom/Baby). She has worked at hospitals in Atlanta, Dallas, and the Denver metro area. An Atlanta native, she has lived in Denver for 9 years with her husband, two teenage sons, and two dogs. She loves working with new moms, babies, and their families and enjoys the opportunities to educate and make human connections as a nurse. Listen and Learn: Changes taking place when working with breastfeeding women The impact of breastfeeding in supporting moms and babies during the pandemic Breastfeeding and pumping protocols established to ensure safety of mom and baby The differences in protocol when a mom has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or is a PUI (person under investigation) Measures to keep the IBCLCs and staff protected during patient interaction Steps Beverly uses to keep her family and home safe and mentally healthy Resources & Mentions: Related Products From InJoy: Understanding Breastfeeding curriculum Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Managing Common Challenges eCourse Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Core Concepts eCourse

Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19: Lab Experience in the Urgency to Create COVID Testing with Dawn Dudley, Ph.D. of University of Wisconsin-Madison
Apr 28 2020 33 mins  
In the second episode in our COVID-19 series, we speak with Dawn Dudley, Ph.D. to explore the processes of creating a rapid COVID-19 test in one lab in Wisconsin. When it became apparent that diagnostic tests for coronavirus were unavailable to most people with symptoms who were not hospitalized, Dawn began working with another scientist in the laboratory to try to develop a method to diagnose this virus using unique materials. Optimizing this new coronavirus test is what Dawn is primarily working on in the laboratory today. Dawn obtained her Ph.D. in Molecular and Microbiology at Case Western Reserve University where she studied HIV drug resistance. Dawn then moved to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for her post-doc where she continued to study HIV drug resistance in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine under the supervision of Dr. David O'Connor. She continues to work with Dr. O'Connor as a senior scientist in the laboratory. About four years ago, Dawn started working on Zika virus with close collaborators from Brazil and developed the first nonhuman primate animal model to study Zika virus in pregnancy. She continues to work on many Zika-related projects, which has given her many opportunities to speak at international meetings and in labs all over the world. Listen and Learn: The next wave of maternal/child health diseases Dawn is researching How her lab was able to quickly switch to focusing on creating COVID-19 tests The process of creating a test, including collaboration with other universities The timeline for implementing the test kit to healthcare facilities and for home use How an effective test can help bring a lessening to COVID-19 Resources & Mentions: Why COVID tests like Dawn is helping to create are so important InJoy Resources for COVID-19

Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19: Exploring Perinatal Mental Health with Trauma Specialist Sharon Storton, MA, MS, Canadian RMFT, registered Psychologist of Beyond Psychology, Inc.
Apr 20 2020 39 mins  
In this episode, we will discuss the mental-health needs of families birthing babies during a time of crisis. We will explore what unique issues pregnant and new families have now and how a therapist can provide needed support. We speak with Sharon Storton, a Canadian Registered Psychologist, a Couple and Family Therapist, and a Certified Hypnotherapist, specializing in perinatal mental health and women's wellness. Sharon has worked with families in the childbearing period for more than three decades: as a mental health professional and, previously, as an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant, childbirth educator, and doula. Sharon has applied her passion for women and family wellness to a private psychotherapy practice, to leadership roles both within non-profit organizations and on boards of directors, and as a writer and a speaker. Listen and Learn: How can professionals provide mental health services in this time of social distancing? What types of things are troubling families during this pandemic? How does this time of uncertainty affect the mother/baby bond? Is postpartum mood and anxiety disorder going to be more prevalent now? How can we help families seek mental health help? Resources & Mentions: Postpartum Support International InJoy Resources for COVID-19 Connect with Sharon Related Products from InJoy Understanding Mother & Baby Care Curriculum Recognizing & Treating Postpartum Depression

Season 3 Episode 7: Educating Grandparents in the Modern Age with Andi Quinn of Unity Point Health St. Luke's Hospital
Sep 05 2019 45 mins  
Having a baby is a special time in parents’ lives. Grandparents remember the good and not so good times of bringing up their own babies. They remember what worked for them and want to pass that information on to their children. However, best practices change frequently with maternal-child health. What the grandparents were taught as gospel has very likely been replaced with new evidence-based information. Learning that new information from a professional is sometimes easier than hearing it from their own children. So brings the birth of grandparenting classes! Our guest, Andi Quinn has her bachelor’s in nursing and is the Maternal Child Nursing Coordinator in the Birth Care Center at UnityPoint Health St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where they offer 20 different classes for the childbearing year. Based on her own good experience when she took a Lamaze class with her first baby, she ended up helping to teach the class and grew into replacing the teacher when that teacher moved on. She has loved teaching for the past 40 some years. She is certified in several Maternal Child programs and heads a staff of talented educators. Her goal in all classes is to educate and empower women and families. She loves watching student bloom and grow their confidence right before her eyes. Listen and Learn: Why grandparenting classes are more popular now than ever before Why adult children think that grandparenting classes are valuable The various roles modern grandparents are asked to play Curriculum and marketing ideas Resources & Mentions: Contact Andi at [email protected] Grandparenting Class Evaluation Related Products from InJoy: Understanding Grandparenting

Season 3 Episode 6: Go Team Birth! With Dr. Kimberly Dever of South Shore Hospital & Amber Weiseth of Ariadne Labs
Aug 02 2019 38 mins  
We spoke with Dr. Kimberly Dever of South Shore Hospital and Amber Weiseth of Ariadne Labs about the Team Birth Project. This collaborative effort changes the standard approach to clinical care and has earned national attention. Their strategies foster communication and empower women and families with the goal of improving the safety and dignity of childbirth. Kimberly Dever, MD, FACOG, is Vice President of Medical Affairs for South Shore Health and Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at South Shore Hospital. After attending Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Dever began her career in the US Army where she served and cared for women in the military and their family members while training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. As a senior leader at South Shore Hospital, she strives to offer the best care to patients through open communication and strong relationships. Amber Weiseth DNP, RNC-OB is the Associate Director for the Delivery Decisions Initiative (DDI) at Ariadne Labs, where she oversees the design, measurement, and implementation of the Team Birth Project. Amber has been an obstetric nurse for 15 years, specializing in quality improvement and project implementation. Prior to joining Ariadne Labs, Amber served as Assistant Director for Maternal-Infant Health Initiatives at the Washington State Hospital Association where she led safety and quality work in the state’s birthing hospitals. Listen and Learn: What the Team Birth Project is working to achieve What is being done to solve for the grey How the Team Birth Project initiative has affected the cesarean rate Patient and clinician experiences with the Team Birth Project What’s next for the project Resources & Mentions: Ariadne Labs

Season 3 Episode 4: Twins & More! Multiple Birth Trends & Education with Nancy Bowers of Marvelous Multiples, Inc.
May 30 2019 35 mins  
Parents of multiples face unique challenges. Today we will be speaking with Nancy Bowers about the importance of multiples-focused classes, what’s new in research, and trends surrounding multiple births. Nancy Bowers, BSN, RN, MPH, is a perinatal nurse educator with 40 years in maternal-infant and infertility care. A mother of twins herself, she is a passionate advocate for the unique needs of twins and other multiples. Through her company, Marvelous Multiples, Inc., she has brought specialized prenatal education to thousands of multiple birth families across the US and Canada since 1992. Nancy is the author of The Multiple Pregnancy SourceBook, and the chapter on multiple gestation for AWHONN's Perinatal Textbook. She recently retired from her 9-year-role as the Manager of Continuing Education for the American Society for Reproductive Medicine where she was responsible for the continuing education for 8,000 multidisciplinary members worldwide. She is now working as a health education consultant and medical editor. Listen and Learn: Trends and research concerning twins and higher order multiples The most important factors that predict length of pregnancy and health of newborns for multiples How classes specific to multiples increase skills and confidence in families with multiples Things to think about when creating structure and timing of multiples classes Ways to educate moms who cannot attend in-person classes Resources & Mentions: Contact Nancy for more information at [email protected] Related Products from InJoy: Understanding Your Multiples Curriculum

Season 2, Episode 4: Creating a Compassionate Bereavement Protocol with Kristin Glenn of 3HopefulHearts
Jul 26 2018 52 mins  
Kristin Glenn is the Co-Founder and Director of Outreach for 3HopefulHearts, a nonprofit organization that supports bereaved families through events, education, and remembrance. Understanding loss firsthand led Kristin to be a champion in creating protocol change during this critical time. She is also the Education Coordinator at The Woman’s Clinic of Northern Colorado. She has over 20 years of teaching experience, and is certified in Brainwise, Lamaze Childbirth Education, Child Passenger Safety, Happiest Baby on the Block, and is a certified Lactation Counselor. Listen to this episode for more on how to provide consistent, compassionate bereavement support at the different stages of grief. Listen and Learn: Best practices for creating bereavement protocols for clinics, hospitals, and community outreach organizations Building a bridge between the family and the clinician Helping families process grief through validation and acknowledgement How to standardize training for every department throughout an organization The top three things not to say to bereaved parents Resources and Mentions: Related InJoy Products: A Guide to Grief & Healing After the Loss of Your Baby Book Plus Web App ( A Guide to Grief & Healing After the Loss of Your Baby Web App (

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