AIM RPC Teams learn how to Spin Babies

The second learning session for the PQCNC AIM Reducing Primary Cesarean delivery initiative was held on October 24, 2019.  Gail Tully, the founder of Spinning Babies, was the keynote speaker and provided insight on physiologic labor support.  She instructed attendees on positions to support vaginal birth and provided handouts for attendees to take home and share with colleagues.

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Amanda Walker, a former NICU parent who experienced a traumatic delivery, shared her experience and provided insights on improvement.  Mary Cascio, the Director of Women’s from Mission hospital presented on a new staffing model for labor and delivery units that better allocates resources a times of higher census.  Rhonda Lanning shared a pathway and the benefits to implementing a volunteer doula program and Dr. Arthur Ollendorff highlighted multidisciplinary collaborative efforts in performing family centered cesarean deliveries.

See those presentations here