May 20, 2021 Education Opportunity

When Care Mimics a Recent Trauma:
Trauma-Informed Care for Medical Providers and Advocates 

May 20, 2021
5-7 pm


Join us for a webinar with presenter Stephanie Tillman (she/her), a midwife in Chicago. She completed her undergraduate degree in Global Health and Medical Anthropology at the University of Michigan, and her graduate degree in Midwifery at  Yale University. She is on the Boards of Directors of the Midwest Access Project and Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health, is a member of the ACNM Ethics Committee, and is an Advisory Committee member of the Queer and Transgender Midwives Association. Stephanie focuses on consent in pelvic care as a Clinical Medical Ethics Fellow at the University of Chicago, and later this year will begin a PhD program in Health Care Ethics with the same focus. Stephanie is also known as the writer and activist Feminist Midwife, and through that platform and teaching sessions seeks to interact with providers and consumers in conversations about consent in health provision, ethics, queer care, sex positivity, anti-racism, nurses and advanced practice clinicians in abortion care, and trauma-informed frameworks. Find her on social media @FeministMidwife.

2 contact hours available

Webinar sponsored by MNCASA