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From the TMC blog: Summer reading

With power outages and last-chance summer vacations, it feels a bit like life has slowed down in anticipation of the busyness that comes with fall. But while conference calls and meetings are a little sparser, the medical literature seems to be serving up a larger than average helping of important evidence and commentary. Maybe your Labor Day Weekend reading list has lighter fare, but here’s what we’re reading…

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Filed in Blog, Blueprint, Clinicians, Hospitals and Health Systems on Tue., Aug 30, 2011

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From the Field: Access to doula care through a community based program

Grant funds were acquired to implement a doula program for Crittenden Regional Hospital, a rural hospital in Arkansas. Trainings were established to train lay women to work in the program. Trainings were also provided for healthcare professionals to introduce gentle birth practices, and the role of a doula, and doulas working as part of the health care team.

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Filed in Blueprint, Care coordination, Clinical practice guideline/policy change, Decision making and choice, Disparities, Educational materials for health professionals, Health professions education, New care delivery model, Performance measurement, Performance measurement/reporting, Scope of covered services, Skills training or drills for health professionals, Stories from the Field, Strategies, Team building on Tue., Apr 5, 2011

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