Towards Perinatal Ecology Based on Science
MONTERREY, Mexico, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Join the movement toward more humanized birth practices with this exciting Birth Education Conference. The presentations will benefit those interested in learning the consequences of violative birth practices and advanced methods that will better meet the biological and psychological needs of mother and child.
This important conference is for ObGyns, Perinatologists, Pediatricians, Doulas, Neonatologists, Psychologists, Nurses, Midwives, Educators, Students, Parents, Media, Public Health Officials, and the General Public.
The Conference's internationally acclaimed speakers include: Dr. Michel Odent - primal health visionary and author David B. Chamberlain, PhD - pioneering pre & perinatal psychology author Barbara Katz Rothman, PhD - medical sociologist, anthropologist and author Dr. Sarah J. Buckley - internationally acclaimed medical and birthing author Barbara Harper, RN - founder of Waterbirth International Jennifer Block - journalist and author of Pushed about modern maternity care
This 3-day conference will be held in Monterrey, Mexico on May 1, 2 & 3, 2009. Monterrey is a modern city surrounded by majestic mountains. It offers a wide range of excellent hotels, restaurants and cultural opportunities, allowing attendees to get acquainted with Mexico. Special rates are available at nearby hotels.
All major presentations will be in English and those in Spanish will have professional simultaneous translation. Complete information about the conference and Monterrey is available at http://www.amayal.com/congreso2009/en/index.html
Sixteen hours of continuing education credits have been authorized by Lamaze International and the UANL (Autonomous University of the State of Nuevo Leon)
This conference is hosted by The AMAYAL Center for Health & Wellness Education, a non-profit organization founded out of a caring passion for the value of human life, with the vision of being an agent of change. We empower people with the knowledge needed to better control their health and birth practices; and provide important therapy options to the often toxic effects of pharmaceutical drugs and unnecessary medical interventions
CONTACT: Barbara Powers, Event Chairman & AMAYAL Center Director USA Tel: 925-575-1515 - firstname.lastname@example.org www.amayal.com/congreso2009/en/index.html
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