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The New Jersey Symposium for Physiologic Birth
Nov
7
7:00 AM07:00

The New Jersey Symposium for Physiologic Birth

Dr. Fishbein will present, “Breech: The Other Way Babies Come Out” at this year’s New Jersey Symposium for Physiologic Birth. The event will host speakers on today’s important topics, including Cristen Pascucci of Birth Monopoly and Diana Snyder, an attorney, doula and patient rights advocate

Do not miss out on this great day designed to create cohesiveness and awareness among New Jersey Birth Workers. You will gain practical knowledge and tools to feel comfortable offering your patients more birth choices with less risk of lawsuits.


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Nascer em Amor
May
21
8:00 AM08:00

Nascer em Amor

The Portuguese Association for Women´s Rights in Pregnancy and Birth´s next annual conference “Nascer em Amor” (Born with Love) will take place in May 2018, on the occasion of the International Week for Respecting Childbirth (IWRC) under the theme, ‘Less interference, more care‘. The focus of the conference will be on ‘Exceptional births‘: those that by nature are the exception in relation to the majority of births – twin birthsvaginal birth after caesareanbreech births and births that take place beyond 42 weeks (prolonged pregnancy).

With regards to these births – which we hope can be exceptional not only because of their statistical rarity – we will bring together families and birth professionals for a day of information, debate and sharing about the options available to both women and professionals. These four situations in focus usually set the stage for high rates of intervention (induction, instrumented delivery, caesarean), that bring with it its own set of risks and consequences for both mothers and babies.

It is our wish to shed light on the range of options, in accordance with best practice and the latest evidence, and also through women´s stories, so that more women can make truly informed decisions, and caesareans and other interventions are reserved for situations where the need is real or by maternal request. We hope to make a contribution to the improvement of maternal health care in Portugal, in accordance with the World Health Organization, the United Nations CEDAW Committee and the Portuguese Government´s recommendations.

Dr. Fischbein will be demonstrating techniques as well as discussing informed consent

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Nascer em Amor
May
20
8:00 AM08:00

Nascer em Amor

The Portuguese Association for Women´s Rights in Pregnancy and Birth´s next annual conference “Nascer em Amor” (Born with Love) will take place in May 2018, on the occasion of the International Week for Respecting Childbirth (IWRC) under the theme, ‘Less interference, more care‘. The focus of the conference will be on ‘Exceptional births‘: those that by nature are the exception in relation to the majority of births – twin birthsvaginal birth after caesareanbreech births and births that take place beyond 42 weeks (prolonged pregnancy).

With regards to these births – which we hope can be exceptional not only because of their statistical rarity – we will bring together families and birth professionals for a day of information, debate and sharing about the options available to both women and professionals. These four situations in focus usually set the stage for high rates of intervention (induction, instrumented delivery, caesarean), that bring with it its own set of risks and consequences for both mothers and babies.

It is our wish to shed light on the range of options, in accordance with best practice and the latest evidence, and also through women´s stories, so that more women can make truly informed decisions, and caesareans and other interventions are reserved for situations where the need is real or by maternal request. We hope to make a contribution to the improvement of maternal health care in Portugal, in accordance with the World Health Organization, the United Nations CEDAW Committee and the Portuguese Government´s recommendations.

Dr. Fischbein will be demonstrating techniques as well as discussing informed consent

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Nascer em Amor
May
19
8:00 AM08:00

Nascer em Amor

The Portuguese Association for Women´s Rights in Pregnancy and Birth´s next annual conference “Nascer em Amor” (Born with Love) will take place in May 2018, on the occasion of the International Week for Respecting Childbirth (IWRC) under the theme, ‘Less interference, more care‘. The focus of the conference will be on ‘Exceptional births‘: those that by nature are the exception in relation to the majority of births – twin birthsvaginal birth after caesareanbreech births and births that take place beyond 42 weeks (prolonged pregnancy).

With regards to these births – which we hope can be exceptional not only because of their statistical rarity – we will bring together families and birth professionals for a day of information, debate and sharing about the options available to both women and professionals. These four situations in focus usually set the stage for high rates of intervention (induction, instrumented delivery, caesarean), that bring with it its own set of risks and consequences for both mothers and babies.

It is our wish to shed light on the range of options, in accordance with best practice and the latest evidence, and also through women´s stories, so that more women can make truly informed decisions, and caesareans and other interventions are reserved for situations where the need is real or by maternal request. We hope to make a contribution to the improvement of maternal health care in Portugal, in accordance with the World Health Organization, the United Nations CEDAW Committee and the Portuguese Government´s recommendations.

Dr. Fischbein will be demonstrating techniques as well as discussing informed consent

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Nascer em Amor
May
18
8:00 AM08:00

Nascer em Amor

The Portuguese Association for Women´s Rights in Pregnancy and Birth´s next annual conference “Nascer em Amor” (Born with Love) will take place in May 2018, on the occasion of the International Week for Respecting Childbirth (IWRC) under the theme, ‘Less interference, more care‘. The focus of the conference will be on ‘Exceptional births‘: those that by nature are the exception in relation to the majority of births – twin birthsvaginal birth after caesareanbreech births and births that take place beyond 42 weeks (prolonged pregnancy).

With regards to these births – which we hope can be exceptional not only because of their statistical rarity – we will bring together families and birth professionals for a day of information, debate and sharing about the options available to both women and professionals. These four situations in focus usually set the stage for high rates of intervention (induction, instrumented delivery, caesarean), that bring with it its own set of risks and consequences for both mothers and babies.

It is our wish to shed light on the range of options, in accordance with best practice and the latest evidence, and also through women´s stories, so that more women can make truly informed decisions, and caesareans and other interventions are reserved for situations where the need is real or by maternal request. We hope to make a contribution to the improvement of maternal health care in Portugal, in accordance with the World Health Organization, the United Nations CEDAW Committee and the Portuguese Government´s recommendations.

Dr. Fischbein will be demonstrating techniques as well as discussing informed consent

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VBAC Panel
May
10
3:00 PM15:00

VBAC Panel

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Dr. Stu along with VBAC FACT Jen Kamel join local mothers discussing their VBAC experiences.

Panel discussion will be moderated by Virginia Bobro. Q&A as well as materials available for deeper discussion.

The event begins at 6pm sharp, so please arrive early to find parking and mingle a little before the start!

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Apr
18
3:30 PM15:30

Birth Professionals Education & Networking Meeting

Presented by Breech Circle at Good LIfe Academy. A free one-of-a-kind evening of mingling education, wine, cheese and more. This is a great opportunity to network with professional peers and discuss breech birth with Los Angeles's only out-of-hospital breech birth doctor.

Dr. Fischbein will discuss recent breech literature, proper client selection and useful techniques for assisting the vaginal breech birth.

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