A Webinar with Gail Hart
December 17th at 3pm Central
About the Online Class:
A premature birth is a great danger to a baby’s life and health and is the primary cause of hospitalizations of newborns. New research has led to breakthroughs in identifying the nutritional, immunological and inflammatory processes which can cause preterm birth and is providing insight in how to prevent it. Preterm birth is linked to some specific problems such as pre-labor rupture of membranes, pre-eclampsia, hypertension, intrauterine growth restriction, cervical inflammation, and infections with Group B strep yeast and bacterial vaginosis. Fortunately these conditions can be detected through low technology methods and the remedies are widely available. With knowledge, we can prevent most premature births.We are learning about the role of the microbiome and how to create a healthy vaginal flora to reduce the risk of early labor. Gail will share what we can do as care providers and as mothers, to help babies grow healthily in the womb until term.
This is going to be an information packed class that you won’t want to miss!
Gail Hart graduated from a midwifery training program as a Certified Practical Midwife in 1977. She has held a variety of certifications over the years; she was a Certified Midwife through the Oregon Midwifery Council, and an LDEM in the state of Oregon. She is now semi-retired and no longer maintains her license, but keeps active with a small community practice. Gail is strongly interested in ways to holistically incorporate evidence-based medical knowledge with traditional midwifery understanding. Gail is an instructor for the Indie Birth Wise Woman Circle, the Indie Birth Midwifery School, and around the globe for various other midwifery groups.
HOW TO ENROLL
The required donation for this presentation is $30. Once your enrollment is processed, you will receive access instructions via email. Not able to attend live? No problem! Sign up and once the session is over you will be emailed a link to the replay.