GOLD Perinatal Speaker Interview 2019

We are thrilled to offer the latest evidence-based education from leading Researchers and Clinicians at our 2019 GOLD Perinatal Conference. We had a chance to sit down with some of the Speakers before the conference begins and learn a little bit more about them and what they will be presenting this year. Enjoy!

Please note, these are NOT presentations and do not count towards educational hours

Speaker Interviews

The Transition to Parenthood for Sexual Minorities
Abbie E. Goldberg
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Destination Laborland: Setting a Fresh Course Towards Physiological Birth
Adriana Lozada
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Intersections of Trauma & Birth: An Overview
Catharine McDonald
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More Than Mere Milk: The Complexities of Feeding Human Milk to Human Babies
Heather Thompson
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The Psychological Experience of Physiological Childbirth
Ibone Olza
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Everyone Wants to Hold the Baby, Who Will Hold the Mother? Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders
Jabina Coleman
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Parental Brain Plasticity: Implications for Peripartum Mental Illness
Jodi L. Pawluski
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The 4th Trimester Project: Establishing the Care That Families Deserve in Their Transition to Parenthood
Kristin P. Tully
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Maternal Guilt and Shame During the Perinatal Period
Melanie Badali
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Birth Debriefing: The How and Why at the Bedside
Rhea Dempsey
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Induction of Labor: Hormonal Costs and Consequences for Mothers and Babies
Sarah Buckley
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Navigating Childbirth and the Perinatal Period through the Lens of "Aspergers" and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Sharon Storton
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"Pushing" to Prevent Stress Urinary Incontinence
Sinéad Dufour
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How to Correctly Use Peanut Balls During Labor (Labour Support Skills Add-On)
Cheri Grant
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Caring For A Family When A Baby Dies (Labour Support Skills Add-On)
Denise Love
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Why Black Women Need Black Birthkeepers (Labour Support Skills Add-On)
Mars Lord
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DANCING FOR BIRTH™― A Powerful, Evidence-Based Birth Method to Improve Birth Satisfaction (Labour Support Skills Add-On)
Stephanie Larson
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Spinning Babies in Labor (Labour Support Skills Add-On)
Tammy Ryan
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