Taylor Thomas CMCN 100 Informative Speech Outline Premature Births I. Introduction A. Attention Getter – Congratulations it’s a girl 1. This is the day that most expecting parents dream of; they finally get to meet their bundle of joy. 2. Imagine giving birth to your child, but don’t get the chance to meet your baby for several days because she needs immediate attention because she cannot breathe on her own.
She is the author of Spiritual Midwifery, and for twenty-two years she has published Birth Gazette, a quarterly newsletter covering health issues, childbirth and midwifery. Ina May has published three books: Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth in 2003, Ina May’s Guide to Breastfeeding in 2009, and Birth Matters: A Midwife’s Manifesta in 2011 (Gaskin, 2016). She had recently meet with some representatives from LGBT where she supported midwifery for everyone, so it was a great surprise when she publicly denounced this inclusion of LGBT mothers by signing an open letter to MANA (Midwives Alliance of North
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Thesis: Dr. Neel Shah adequately conveys his argument by using proper word choice and elements such as personal credibility, expression of emotion, and facts. Throughout the article Are hospitals the safest place for healthy women to have babies? obstetrician, Neel Shah addresses the topic with ease. Dr. Shah not only brings awareness to different arguments, but he expands on them in a way to aid his opposition. Shah doesn’t only provide details and evidence, but he brings an insight to an obstetrician’s point of view.
From the fourteenth to mid seventeen centuries a profession called midwifery was developed, it is the practice in which normally a woman is trained in assisting other women during child birth. During the Renaissance there was very little knowledge on normal child birth so, when complicated births began occurring midwives had to become creative to discover solutions. At the beginning of the Renaissance the survival rate of a newborn child was slim so, new medical instruments were created to increase the amount of successful delivery’s. Child birth was not something that was discussed in public but as information about midwifery began spread it developed into a profession with guidelines. Midwifery became a legitimate profession during the Renaissance
In the book” The Spirit Catch and You Will Fall” by Anne Fadiman described how Hmong and Western cultures has clashed over a post-natal care of the child and childbirth which caused a lot of stress and anxiety for Nao Kao family and the medical staffs at the Merced Community Medical Center. In Hmong culture, woman conceives, carries and
For centuries women were always supposed to just bear their husband’s child, and be nothing more than a mother and wife. This created lots of problems, such as the millions of childbirth related deaths and home abortions. This eventually sparked an initiative in Margaret Sanger. As a result of the death of Margaret Sanger’s mother due to multiple childbirths, Sanger was motivated to finding a prevention of pregnancy that could potentially save lives (Gibbs, Van Pyke and Adams 41). This task, however was not easily achieved.
Introduction As a nurse there is a responsibility to make sure the client has the information necessary to make decisions regarding their health and the health of their family. The primary goal of maternity nursing is to optimize the health and well-being of the mother and the baby. This will be an individualized teaching plan for the prenatal client. The stage of growth and development are described with support from literature.
The mission of the New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force is to improve the health of New Mexico families by creating supportive environments in which breastfeeding is the cultural norm. We strive to bridge the gap in breastfeeding disparities and are committed to making sure all families have the support they need to reach their breastfeeding goals. The Breastfeeding Taskforce is currently working on pilot project; we are distributing Breastfeeding Tool-Kits to the medical providers (OBGY, MD, Pediatricians and nurses), the tool-kids contain educational material that supports the importance of breastfeeding. The purpose of this project is to increase the breastfeeding rate in Dona Ana County and to establish breastfeeding as a norm.
Before I begin my essay, I would like to state what I know to be true, in order to dispel the multiple lies and misconceptions contained in Betty Rollin’s “Motherhood: Who needs It?” I wish I knew the names of the sick individuals who decided to put this book in the curriculum, and the names of those who have supported this, because then I could tell them what I am about to tell you. Just as the magazine that contained Rollin’s essay was immediately defunct, (it ceased publication a year after Betty Rollin’s article was published) so should be “The Norton Reader”. I don’t need to read Betty Rollin’s
In today’s society, abortion is a controversial topic. Many people dispute if it is moral to eliminate the potential of the unborn fetus or if it is fair to force the parent to keep and raise the baby if the parent isn’t ready. In Sallie Tisdale’s We Do Abortions Here: A Nurse’s Story, the author uses imagery and internal conflict to recreate her experiences as a nurse employed at an abortion hospital. She does this to make her audience understand her and the people who work in abortion hospitals’ perspective.
In the early 1900s, women’s health was non-existent. It was not taught in school, it was never spoken about in the media, and many women themselves had no knowledge about reproductive health. During this time it was common to see women with ten, fifteen, even twenty pregnancies throughout their lives. Men and women both were often unaware on how to plan or prevent a pregnancy and birth control was pronounced illegal. Consequently, this was also a period of high childbirth mortality, as well as a time where many women were dying due to self-induced or “back-alley” abortions.
She portrays the distressed women arriving at “she thought was a comprehensive health care provider near her home in Columbus, Ohio”. When arriving the doctors told her not to abort her baby, causing her to land in a crisis pregnancy center. These non-profit organizations work to “obstruct women’s access to abortion”. Meaghan Winter utilizes this anecdote to shed light on a disheartening situation, opening the reader’s eyes to what is truly happening to women across the globe. She employ pathological appeal by emphasizing the corner many women are metaphorically jammed in,” when providers like Planned Parenthood are shut down” and how “they leave low-income women with few alternatives for reproductive and preventive health care”.
The arrival of a new baby, especially the first always marks a new beginning for a mother. It comes with a lot of challenges more so if the mother is less knowledgeable about baby care. Take such as cleaning the baby for the first time, or feeding, it is not easy. The baby is still fragile and slippery and needs a special care. But if the mother is not ready for all these, or maybe, does not have any knowledge on what to do, the baby’s life might be endangered since the baby needs a special care which only the mother can give.