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  • Establishing trusting and positive relationships with patients?

  • Know how to communicate about sensitive issues?

  • Create a holistic approach to sexual and reproductive health?

  • Increase patient satisfaction?

  • Recalibrate your practice to be patient or woman-centered?

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EP 54: Count the Kicks with Megan Aucutt

In this episode we interview Megan Aucutt, the Director of Programs for Health Birth Day, Inc. and Count the Kicks, about a tool that clinicians can discuss with pregnant folks on tracking fetal movement.

EP 53: OB/GYN Care for Folks with Disabilities with Storm O’Brink

**Trigger Warning** This episodes discusses sensitive issues including medical violence and assault. In this episode we welcome back Storm O’Brink to discuss providing OB/GYN care for folks with disabilities. As a person with disabilities and a professional advocate, Storm discusses their perspective on the historical and current state of OB/GYN care for folks with disabilities, consent, much needed changes within the medical system to better serve folks with disabilities, and of course how to improve communication during visits.

EP 52: WCH Past, Present, and BIG Future

In this episode we are celebrating four years of podcast, over 40k downloads, and 50+ episodes. We talk about what we’ve learned, favorite episodes, most impactful episodes, the basic communication package, and finish up by sharing some HUGE news!

EP 51: A New Model of Prenatal Care Delivery with Dr. Alex Peahl

In this episode we interview Dr. Alex Peahl about an entirely reimagined model of prenatal care delivery. This model of care is also the newly recommended model of prenatal care by ACOG. We also discuss the Stay Home, Stay Connected program. This new model of care is designed to keep pregnant people safe during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and is based on the best evidence available.

EP 50: Rethinking Fertility Awareness with Tessa Mills

In this episode we interview Tessa Mills, from EmpowHERed Coaching, about rethinking fertility awareness. Tessa talks about fertility awareness from a secular perspective and how empowering it can be for people to track and understand their cycle. We also talk about rethinking how we approach birth control, cycle irregularities, and personal advocacy work.

EP 49: Pregnancy and Childbirth Book from ACOG with Dr. Hollier

In this episode we interview Dr. Hollier about the newly revised ACOG book: Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month. We talk about how this book can be beneficial for both clinicians and pregnant folks and how to use this book as a communication tool.

EP 48: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity in EBP

In this episode we share the recording from a round table talk that we hosted for the 28th National Evidence-Based Practice Conference. Four experts joined us to discuss DEI-Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in EBP including what DEI is, why systems thinking is relevant to DEI, why DEI is important, and how to make your projects and practice more diverse, inclusive, and equitable.

EP 47: Sex Addiction with Kathy Greer

In this episode we interview Kathy Greer MSW, LISW, CSAT-Candidate about sex addiction including how it is diagnosed, how what we know about sex addiction has evolved, how to talk to patients/clients about sex addiction or if their partners are addicted to sex, and we have a robust conversation about pornography and how to talk about porn with kids.

EP 46: Neutral and Compassionate Care with Rebecca Vahle and Dixie Weber

In this foundational episode we summarize the essence of patient centered communication through neutral and compassionate care. Learn how to be value neutral and provide compassionate care to ALL patients in ALL situations.

EP 45: Complimentary Chiropractic Care with Dr. Christy Matusiak

In this episode we interview Dr. Christy Matusiak about how chiropractic care and applied kinesiology can be a helpful complimentary therapy for women and pregnant folks.

At Woman Centered Health (WCH) we strive to improve communication between sexual and reproductive care providers and women by focusing on how to talk with women. So stay connected with us by following our blog, podcast, and emails.

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