Women's Reproductive Health Forum

What does midwifery care have to do with health-care justice and the New York Health Act? Two leading New York City midwives, Nancy Campau, CNM, and Patricia Loftman, CNM, LM, MS, FACNM, who have spent decades bringing midwifery care to women in New York, will speak about the central role of midwifery care in women’s health. In addition, we are pleased to have a leader in the doula movement, Chanel Porchia, Director of Ancient Song Doula Services, on how doula care contributes to women’s well-being and the struggle to include it in comprehensive women’s health care programs including the New York Health Act.


March 19, 2019 at 7:30pm - 9pm
NY State Nurses Association
131 W 33rd St (bet 6th & 7th Aves)
2nd floor
New York, NY 10001
United States
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Bob Lederer · · 646-866-7671
Meena Dieterich Janet Harmon Seth Badu M. Phyllis Cunningham Lydia Edmunds Karece Moore Janelle Chavis Diane Kirschner Maria Altzuru Ellen Catalinotto Donna Hay Shenika Christopher DECEASED - Peter Smith Wesley Tzall Jemma Futterman Sharon McDowall Theodora O'reilly Julie Wegener Brianna Gehring Nestor Medina Kristen Kenner Jess Wu Margaret Eckert-Norton Connie Coker Debra Cureton Aurea A. Mangual Lauraberth Lima A.M. Goodridge Linda Prine

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