We recently published the results of Listening to Mothers III, the third national U.S. survey of women’s pregnancy and birth experiences. As with previous Listening to Mothers surveys, the latest data show that risky procedures are overused, many beneficial practices are underused, and all too often women lack the support and knowledge required to effectively navigate their maternity care.
We’ve made it easier than ever for you share the survey findings to help improve policy, practice, research, and advocacy.
In addition to sharing the full report, you can share data briefs about preconception health, women’s internet use, differences by race and ethnicity, differences by insurance type, induction of labor, cesarean section, and trends over the last decade.
You can also view and share slides and infographics from the report on Facebook.