1. Plenary Session 3 Respectful Maternal Health Care

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    Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 This final morning session focused on Respectful Maternal Health Care. Mlay described one definition of respectful maternal health care as a healing relationship between the provider and the woman. She also told her own experience with respectful care, setting the stage for some of the next presenters to describe other experiences. Hill described her work with the TRACtion project and how their study found that disrespectful care is a problem everywhere. She went on to describe the 7 different categories of disrespectful care as well as describe the scale of respectful care as a continuum of care. Limbu told of her work with the White Ribbon Alliance and shared with the audience a video which is being used as an advocacy tool for respectful care. She described the need for legal and political movements, but noted that accountability and enforcement must be a part of these actions. Warren outlined her study in Kenya which found that there were a host of different types of disrespect, including physical abuse, confidentiality issues, and issues surrounding dignity. D'Mello rounded out the panel by describing her work with CCBRT and their fistula repair program. She reported the situation of many of the maternity wards in the hospitals in Dar es Salaam and illustrated one way of impacting respectful care by helping with the infrastructure and workload of those maternity care wards. At 1 hour and 38 minutes, the First Lady of the United Republic of Tanzania, Madame Kikwete, officially started the last day of sessions by reviewing the accomplishments of maternal health work in Tanzania, as well as what needs to be done in the future. Moderator: Rose Mlay, White Ribbon Alliance Slides: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/a_RoseMlay.pdf Kathleen Hill, University Research Co. and TRACtion Slides: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/b_RMC%20Plenary.%20GMHC.%20K.Hill.pdf Charlotte Warren, Population Council Slides:https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/d_Plenary%20Thursday%2017th%20Jan%20CEW.pdf Mande Limbu, White Ribbon Alliance Slides: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/c_Arusha%20Presentation%20ML.pdf Brenda d’Mello, CCBRT Slides: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/e_RMC%20brenda.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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    • Birth Stories - The whole series VOD

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      This movie file contains all 9 Birth Stories episodes as a single movie!

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      • Reproductive Justice in Action

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        This panel discussion features a group of reproductive justice activists and birth doulas who work across the spectrum of pregnancy, birth, and women's health, connecting the traditional reproductive rights movement with new social justice activism that considers the complete physical, political, and economic well-being of girls and women. Panelists include Aisha Domingue, doula coordinator at the Brooklyn Young Mothers Collective; Mary Mahoney, assistant director of the Pro-Choice Public Education Project and co-founder and co-coordinator of the Doula Project; Lauren Mitchell, health educator and co-founder and co-coordinator of the Doula Project; and Miriam Pérez, founder and sole blogger at RadicalDoula.com and editor at Feministing.com. Moderated by Lucy Trainor, this event took place on March 3, 2010 at Barnard College in New York City.

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        • Maternity Care and Shared Decision Making: Working Together to Improve Care for Mothers and Babies

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          During this hour-long session, you’ll hear from a panel of distinguished maternal health professionals and advocates who are working to empower pregnant women to take an active role in their care. This webinar is part of the Shared Decision Making Month webinar series. Learn more: sdmmonth.org Moderator: Maureen Corry, MPH Panelists: Kate Chenok, MBA Kimberly Gregory, MD, MPH Kristen Oganowski, CD(DONA)

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          • Men: Untapped partners in maternal health? (2 of 2 videos)

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            Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 Kivunaga began the session by describing men's perceptions around SRH services in Kenya and how they could be integrated into those programs. The found that men were interested in becoming involved in these services, yet were hesitant on a few fronts including partner testing, male involvement in the mostly-female hospital wards, and the ability to accompany their partners in long lines and during-the-work-day scheduling of appointments. Sapkota discussed men's involvement in the labor and post-partum periods, as it relates to the well-being of the mother. She and her colleagues found that with husband companionship, post natal support, anxiety and depressive symptoms were fewer with those that had husband support. Ahmed's presentation focused on the health knowledge of men in Bangladesh. Results found that there was a dearth of knowledge when it came to certain maternal health complications, situations and advice for the mother as compared to the female's knowledge. Hashima-E-Nasreen presented on men’s knowledge and awareness on maternal, neonatal and child health issues in Bangladesh. Results varied between the control and test subjects, but more training and knowledge is needed amongst the male population, in general. Nazib Uz U Zaman Khan also focused on Bangladesh, but on men's knowledge and involvement in longer term maternal morbidities. It was found that many husbands were unaware of their wives' morbidities and even when disclosed, did not know how to support or deal with those conditions. This had a severe effect on the women including mental and (some) physical trauma. Moderator: Jackline Kivunaga, Population Council Men’s support in uptake of sexual and reproductive health services: Men’s perceptions of seeking services together with their partners in Kenya Jackline Kivunaga, Population Council Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Kivunaga%20575.pdf Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/c_Jackie_male%20support%20in%20uptake%20of%20SRH%20services%20presentation.pdf The husband’s companion to his wife during childbirth in Nepal: An approach to improve the emotional wellbeing of a new mother during the postnatal period Sabitri Sapkota, Midwifery Society of Nepal Husbands’ knowledge of maternal health care in rural Bangladesh: An untapped resource? Anisuddin Ahmed, ICDDR,B Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Ahmed%20829.pdf Men’s knowledge and awareness of maternal, neonatal and child health care in rural Bangladesh: A comparative cross sectional study Hashima-E-Nasreen, BRAC Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Nasreen%20847.pdf Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/c_Jackie_male%20support%20in%20uptake%20of%20SRH%20services%20presentation.pdf Husbands’ perceptions about their wives’ long term maternal morbidity: Findings from qualitative research in rural Bangladesh Nazib Uz U Zaman Khan, ICDDR,B Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Khan%20871.pdf Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/b_Presentation_Male%20involvement_Morbidity_Nazib%20Khan_GHMC_15thJan2013.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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            • The Science of Compassion

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              Islam is often portrayed as religion characterised only by strict laws and endless rules in contrast to other world religions that are perceived to be faiths of love and compassions. Shaikh Riyad Nadwi addresses this perceived disparity by discussing both modern and Islamic conceptions of compassion.

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              • Pushed Too Far: The Crisis of Childbirth in the United States

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                A presentation for Cal Poly's 9th Annual Change the Status Quo Conference promoting social change in the San Luis Obispp community.

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                • Lilla's Birthing

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                  While there are various representations of women in labour, these tend to focus attention on the event of the child’s birth, not the woman’s birthing process, often objectifying her in favour of the subjectivity of the newborn. "Lilla’s Birthing" seeks to redress this, re-establishing the birthing woman as empowered within her own labouring, not victim of it. Through a normalised woman centred portrayal of birthing, the widespread misrepresentation of labouring women and their bodies is undermined. The camera remains as closely as possible with the woman, the edit favours the process over the event (the birth itself occupies seconds out of the 60 minutes of the film’s length), the humour, mundanity, excitement, joy, boredom and the pain intermingle, the cyclical rhythm of the contractions set the pace. "Lilla's Birthing" is usually exhibited with "Portrait of a Labour", a book work which works with and against the film. The intimacy of the book format allows the viewer to examine that which the film denies, the expression, the identity, the representations of her which the film references (you see these shots being taken) but refuses.

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                  • Beautiful Births: an informational documentary VOD

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                    From the YouTube sensation comes the feature length informational documentary produced by Starseed Pictures and directed by Jacqui Blue. Beautiful Birth's fresh and unique take on this subject touches upon pregnancy and childbirth in a way that we haven't seen done before. Instead of telling you what is best for you, this film provides information so that you can decide what is best for you. Beautiful Births covers a variety of subjects including diet counseling, interventions, Cesarean Section, VBAC, ICAN, and takes an in depth look at the Midwifery Model of Care taking you inside two birth centers and talking with a midwife and birth assistant. The film also tells the stories of three women and their very different birth experiences. Beautiful Births invites you to explore another side of pregnancy and childbirth which is not often shown in the mainstream media. The stories are real and raw. The information is accurate and current. Watch for yourself and find out why women all over the world are calling this a "must see" film for women and their partners.

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                    • Conversations at the Women’s Health Fair Belfast 1985

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                      An historical document filmed at the Women's Health Fair held in Belfast in 1985. The camera rolls informally around the Fair and talks to women on the stalls about their work and to the women who attended the workshops and stalls. BALLYBEEN WOMEN'S DROP IN CENTRE - how they set up their centre and the problems they face on their housing estate on the outskirts of Belfast. RAPE CRISIS CENTRE - Incest and Rape and the related problems of alcoholism, drugs, anorexia nervosa and suicide. REFLEXOLOGY - an explanation of this type of treatment and its benefits. PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH - the work of the Belfast Association for Improvement in Maternity Services, the Royal College of Midwives, infant mortality, congenital handicaps, ante natal care. NORTHERN IRELAND ABORTION CAMPAIGN - the journey to England, extending the Abortion Act, effects on services for women, particularly screening tests for spina bifida. NATIONAL UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES - their work, breast and cancer screening, rubella, new technologies and the Home Help Service_ WOMEN'S ENERGY BASE BELFAST - trying to set up an all women social and support centre_ WOMEN'S AID - their work with women who have been physically and mentally abused. MENTAL HEALTH - stress, anxiety, depression, diagnosis of mental health by G.P's, anorexia nervosa, coming off tranquilizers and support groups for women. LESBIAN LINE - their telephone service for befriending and information and the doctor's conditioning when faced with women who are not heterosexual. Plus: Benefit Claims, Take Up Campaigns, Advice Centres, what women who attended thought of the workshops on offer and overall comments on this unique occasion. More video on demand at northernvisions.org

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