She Walks With Me - Indigenous Doula Research


She Walks With Me: Supporting Urban Indigenous Expectant Mothers Through Culturally-Based Doulas (2020-present)

Indigenous Doulas as a Culturally-Based Health Intervention to Improve Health and Birth Outcomes for First Nations Women in Remote Communities Who Travel for Birth (2017-present)

  • Walking With our Most Sacred: Indigenous Birth Workers Clearing the Path for Returning Birthing to Indigenous Communities

    Cidro, J., Hayward, A., Bach, R., & Sinclair, S. (In Press). In M. Greenwood, R. Stout, R. Larstone, & S. de Leeuw (Eds.), Introduction to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Determinants of Health. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

  • Maternal Health in Manitoba Northern First Nation Communities: Challenges, Barriers and Solutions

    Cidro, J. & Sinclair, S. (2021). In R. Schiff & H. Møller (Eds.), Health and Healthcare in Northern Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

  • Indigenous Birth as Ceremony and a Human Right

    Hayward, A., & Cidro, J. (2021). Health and Human Rights Journal, 23(1), 213-224.

  • Canada’s forced birth travel: Towards feminist indigenous reproductive mobilities

    Cidro, J., Bach, R., & Frohlick, S. (2020). Mobilities, 15(2), 173-187. Special Issue on Reproductive Mobilities.

  • Restoring Ceremony as the Methodological Approach in Indigenous Research: The Indigenous Doula Project

    Cidro, J., Sinclair, S. Delaronde, S., & Star, L. (2020). In E. Sumida & N. Martin (Eds.), Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Research Methodologies: Local Solutions and Global Opportunities (pp. 102-120). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.

The Winnipeg Boldness Project Indigenous Doula Initiative (2013-2016)