Listening to Mothers I Survey and Report (2002)
Listening to Mothers I results provide a new level of understanding of many dimensions of the maternity experience and have been appreciated by a broad range of groups and individuals involved with childbearing families, as well as mothers themselves. Survey results and Childbirth's Connection's Recommendations based on the results are being used to improve policies, programs and services; to educate women and health professionals; and to identify research priorities.
In 2003, Doulas of North America awarded Childbirth Connection (then known as Maternity Center Association) its first John Kennell and Marshall Klaus Award for Excellence in Research, in recognition of the first Listening to Mothers survey.
Inside Listening to Mothers I:
Go to About the Survey
Go to Survey Results
Go to Recommendations
Go to National Advisory Council
Go to Forum & Supporters
Most recent page update: 9/11/2012
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