The Evidence on Natural Labor Induction with Dr. Rebecca Dekker
The week on The Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast we have a very special guest – the incredible Dr. Rebecca Dekker from Evidence Based Birth®!
Rebecca is a renowned expert in the field of evidence-based maternity care, with a PhD in nursing. She's dedicated her life to being a full-time entrepreneur and patient advocate for evidence-based care.
In this episode, we'll be exploring the topic of natural labor induction and examining the evidence behind various methods. We'll be distinguishing between techniques that might "throw you into labor" and those that gently encourage spontaneous labor over time. And of course we'll talk about pros, cons, safety and more!
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About Dr. Rebecca Dekker
Rebecca Dekker, a nurse with her PhD, is the founder and CEO of Evidence Based Birth® and the author of “Babies Are Not Pizzas: They’re Born, Not Delivered!” Previously, Dr. Dekker was an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the University of Kentucky. In 2016, she shifted gears to focus full time on the mission of Evidence Based Birth.®
Dr. Dekker and Team EBB are committed to creating a world in which all families have access to safe, respectful, evidence based, and empowering care during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. They do this by boldly making the research evidence on childbirth freely and publicly accessible. Dr. Dekker is also host of the Evidence Based Birth® podcast, with more than 4.5 million downloads!
You can learn more about Rebecca and Evidence Based Birth® below.