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Our well-rounded working group of maternity professionals and patient liaisons was formed to create an easily accessible, centralized, information sharing platform for practitioners supporting maternity care.
"My knowledge has been enhanced through the interdisciplinary work we have done on our She Found Motherhood Podcast. We provide better care when we understand how our allied health colleagues can integrate in the team when caring for our pregnant and newly parenting patients."
Dr. Alicia Power, Family Practice Obstetrics
"A collaborative approach has not only helped my clients to receive holistic care but also helps me, as a care provider, stay current with what is going on outside my scope of practice. The connection with interdisciplinary peers helps me feel supported and part of something bigger than what I can provide within the walls of my treatment room"
Melissa DeSaulles, Pelvic Physiotherapist
Looking for more?
Check out these other podcasts from our fellow collaborators, helpful for patients and providers alike.
The Pelvic Floor Project
This podcast is for anyone with a pelvic floor (hint: everyone has one). Sharing evidence based information through discussion with other health care experts, the goal is to showcase a holistic and empowering approach to taking care of our bodies.
She Found Motherhood Podcast
Are you looking for evidence based, high quality information to help you make decisions through pregnancy, labour & delivery and postpartum? She Found Motherhood helps to take the anxiety out of pregnancy, and the journey into parenthood and beyond.
The Making Mama Well Podcast
Dr. Pip Houghton talks to real mamas, pregnant and parenting people about maternal mental health and the "normal hard stuff" that all newly parenting families experience. Through real patient stories, Dr. Pip addresses common maternal mental health questions.