Right upfront … Birthing Better families look at birth much more from their own viewpoint. This means Common Knowledge Trust that produces the Birthing Better skills looks at how skilled birthing families can impact birth professionals. That’s right. The vast majority of Obstetricians, obstetrical nurses, CNM, Direct Entry Midwives, Lay…

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Because New Zealand midwives work autonomously, making change in society means you need support as you strengthen your own partnership. The benefits are immense.

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The Concept=A societal message that it is normal and natural that all expectant parents self-learn birth and coaching skills then use those skills throughout their baby’s birth

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A skilled birthing population is a new Concept. ‘Choice’ and seeing birth as either/or is familiar. Having all expectant parents self-learn skills and use them to birth their baby in all births is new.

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We can strengthen our New Zealand midwifery partnership to the benefit of all. A skilled birthing population means all moms birth better and dads truly participant. Skilled families support midwives.

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Calling all New Zealand pregnant families. Self-learn birth skills. Have your midwife write the skills in your notes. Ask them to encourage you to use them and praise when you do.

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Donate to our Charitable Trust so we can continue to grow a skilled global birthing population. Every family should self-learn birth skills and use them in all births.

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Since WW2 there have been 3 maternity trends. Our Trust promotes a new trend … a global skilled birthing population whether there are ‘choices’ or not. Birth skills for all births.

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Birthing Better skills-based method is one skills-based method available to expectant parents around the world. Just learn some skills method and use them during your birth. You’ll birth better.

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Since the 1960s there have been global studies about benefits to families who use skills to birth. Most focus on ‘natural birth’. Instead, all birthing women should be skilled. Simple as that.

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