She Walks With Me - Indigenous Doula Research

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  • Research Snapshot featured by The Vanier Institute of the Family

    The Vanier Institute of the Family has published a Research Snapshot based on a recent article, “Heart work: Indigenous doulas responding to challenges of western systems and revitalizing Indigenous birthing care in Canada,” by our team.

  • New Article Published in Women’s Health

    New article, “The Need for Sustainable Funding for Indigenous Doula Services in Canada” by Larissa Wodtke, Ashley Hayward, Alexandra Nychuk, Caroline Doenmez, Stephanie Sinclair, and Jaime Cidro, is now published in Women’s Health.

  • New Article Published in the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse

    New article, “Pregnant and early parenting Indigenous women who use substances in Canada: A scoping review of health and social issues, supports, and strategies” by Lindsay Allen, Larissa Wodtke, Ashley Hayward, Chris Read, Monica Cyr, and Jaime Cidro, is now published in the Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse.

  • New Article Published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

    New article, “Heart Work: Indigenous Doulas Responding to Challenges of Western Systems and Revitalizing Indigenous Birthing Care in Canada,” by Caroline Doenmez, Jaime Cidro, Stephanie Sinclair, Ashley Hayward, Larissa Wodtke, and Alexandra Nychuk is now published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth.

  • New Article Published in International Journal for Equity and Health

    A new article, “Putting them on a Strong Spiritual Path: Indigenous Doulas Responding to the Needs of Indigenous Mothers and Communities,” by Jaime Cidro, Caroline Doenmez, Stephanie Sinclair, Alexandra Nychuk, Larissa Wodtke, and Ashley Hayward has been published in the International Journal for Equity and Health.