To move forward with results of the first national U.S. survey of women's childbearing experiences, Childbirth Connection has developed a set of recommendations based on key survey findings. The survey results have implications for many different audiences, including maternity caregivers, administrators, policy-makers, the media, and childbearing women themselves. These recommendations are best reviewed and interpreted in the context of the full survey report.
Childbirth Connection is moving forward with the Listening to Mothers Initiative in various ways. These steps include:
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