Videos

We encourage our colleagues in the childbirth, academia, and public health fields to use these videos for educational purposes. Please send us your feedback on the video and let us know if our material has been helpful in educating your students and fellow advocates.

 

Birth by the Numbers: Is there a Relationship between Pre-Pregnancy Obesity and Cesarean Sections? (2016)

Come and explore the latest video on issues related to birth as Dr. Gene Declercq explores the relationship between pre-pregnancy obesity and cesarean sections. How is BMI related to the likelihood of a cesarean? Slides include supplementary comments and information in the notes section. Download the PowerPoint file here.

Birth By the Numbers: Is there a Problem with too many Big Babies? (2016)

Join Dr. Gene Declercq and the rest of the Birth by the Numbers team to explore Big Babies in the United States. Is there a problem with too many big babies? Are U.S. babies getting bigger? Slides include supplementary comments and information in the notes section. Download the PowerPoint file here.

Birth by the Numbers: Contemporary Trends in Home Birth (2016)

Come and explore the trends in Home Birth as Dr. Gene Declercq explores Home Births in the United States. Is anyone having home births? Who’s having them? Who’s attending them? What’s the future for home births? Slides include supplementary comments and information in the notes section. Download the PowerPoint file here.

 

Birth By the Numbers: The Update (2015)

Join Dr. Gene Declercq and the rest of the Birth by the Numbers team to explore how the United States is doing on a number of maternal and child health indicators. Are we doing better? Worse? Tune in to find out this answer and more! Download the PowerPoint Version here and PDF here with the up-to-date data (Updated 3/02/2017). Also, the slides presented in the video are available for free in the teaching tools tab.

Birth by the Numbers: Myth and Reality Concerning US Cesareans (2015)

Come and explore the trends in cesarean section in the United States over the past 25, as Dr. Gene Declercq explores myths related to why the rate has risen to what it is now, from where it was 25 years ago. Download the slides here.

The Truth about C-Sections (2011)

Why do we have one of the highest rates of C-sections in the industrialized world? Why has the rate increased in years past? Explore these common explanations and myths.

 

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