On The Woman Centered Health Podcast, the official podcast of Woman Centered Health, join us, Dr. Nicole Loew and Dr. Stephanie Edmonds as we “chat” about how to discuss sexual and reproductive health with patients using a woman centered approach. Our motivation is to improve the experience women have with their providers while also advancing healthcare by creating a "bridge" between expert knowledge (i.e. clinical and research) and every day practice. In each podcast we have at least one expert guest give their advice and commentary. Become a monthly subscriber and get access to show notes so that you can have a quick reference guide and access to links: http://bit.ly/WCHPatreon and visit our website at www.womancenteredhealth.com
Medical Violence with Storm O'Brink
**Trigger Warning** This episode includes discussions that may be triggering for victims of sexual assault and/or medical violence. In this episode we interview Storm O'Brink about medical violence including what it is, the spectrum of violence, how providers may be unaware that they are committing medical violence, and how to call folks in.
WCH Past, Present, and BIG Future
In this episode we are celebrating four years of podcast, over 40k downloads, and 50+ episodes. We talk about what we've learned, favorite episodes, most impactful episodes, the basic communication package, and finish up by sharing some HUGE news!
A New Model of Prenatal Care Delivery with Dr. Alex Peahl
In this episode we interview Dr. Alex Peahl about an entirely reimagined model of prenatal care delivery. This model of care is also the newly recommended model of prenatal care by ACOG. We also discuss the Stay Home, Stay Connected program. This new model of care is designed to keep pregnant people safe during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and is based on the best evidence available.
Rethinking Fertility Awareness with Tessa Mills
In this episode we interview Tessa Mills, from EmpowHERed Coaching, about rethinking fertility awareness. Tessa talks about fertility awareness from a secular perspective and how empowering it can be for people to track and understand their cycle. We also talk about rethinking how we approach birth control, cycle irregularities, and personal advocacy work.
Pregnancy and Childbirth Book from ACOG with Dr. Hollier
In this episode we interview Dr. Hollier about the newly revised Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month book from ACOG. We talk about the contents of the book and how this book can be a tool for both clinicians and pregnant persons.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity in EBP
In this episode we share the recording from a round table talk that we hosted for the 28th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference. Four experts joined us to discuss DEI-Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in EBP including what DEI is, why systems thinking is relevant to DEI, why DEI is important, and how to make your projects and practice more diverse, inclusive, and equitable.
Drs. Loew and Edmonds are fierce advocates for women’s health, reproductive justice, and empowering providers. Refreshing and inspiring podcast!
So interesting and informative!
Love this podcast - such smart, well-spoken women speaking on really important parts of women’s lives and health!