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by Ginger K. Breedlove,Beth Isaacs,Rachel Abramson
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  • Author:
    Ginger K. Breedlove,Beth Isaacs,Rachel Abramson
  • ISBN:
    1934019011
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934019016
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  • Publisher:
    Zero to Three (December 30, 2006)
  • Pages:
    166 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Nursing
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The Community-Based Doula. has been added to your Cart. This book is great for anyone who is interested in learning about doulas and doula programs, thinking about becoming a doula, or wants to create a community-based doula program

The Community-Based Doula. This book is great for anyone who is interested in learning about doulas and doula programs, thinking about becoming a doula, or wants to create a community-based doula program. It's a great mix of theoretical and practical information, and is a clear and enjoyable read. I highly, highly recommend it.

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Rachel Abramson Ginger K. Breedlove Beth Isaacs. The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth highlights how Chicago Health Connection’s community-based doula model extends the doula role into a long-term relationship, providing support during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of parenting.

Abramson, Rachel; Breedlove, Ginger . Isaacs, Beth. Zero to Three, v27 n4 p55-60 Mar 2007. This article is excerpted from the authors' "The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth", published in 2006 by "ZERO TO THREE

Abramson, Rachel; Breedlove, Ginger . This article is excerpted from the authors' "The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth", published in 2006 by "ZERO TO THREE.

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Doula: One who "mothers the mother." A constant companion who provides physical, emotional, and informational support to mothers during the journey of labor and delivery, a doula makes a critical difference to families and newborns in underserved communities. In The Community-Based Doula: Supporting Families Before, During, and After Childbirth, the authors highlight how Chicago Health Connection's community-based doula model extends this role into a long-term relationship, providing support during pregnancy, birth, and the early months of parenting. This book provides research-based evidence of the profound effects doulas can have in the lives of mothers, newborns, their families, and their communities. It also serves as a call to action. The Community-Based Doula provides information and analysis to help social support, home-visiting, and medical and nursing care programs to find new ways to address the needs of birthing families and to relate to the culture, values, and language of young mothers who face difficult challenges.