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For several years now, I have freely shared birth-related information.
In the beginning, I just used social media. If I found an interesting birth-related research study or blog when doing my paid work, I would share it on my Facebook page.
Quickly, we saw that people loved it. And we also realised that there was a better way. Not everyone had Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Those sites tend to be funny about who gets to see information that is shared. And some people are too busy to check websites and social feeds regularly.
So we created a monthly e-mail round-up newsletter in which we summarise and link to the best research studies that I’ve found.
We look at one study in a bit more depth, see what’s new from Cochrane and add a few snippets of news. We also provide links to my recent blog posts and I usually tell people what’s going on at my desk.
Our hope is that this will mean you don’t miss anything. It’s also a resource that you can save and scan through for anything of interest, even months later.
If you would like to have our monthly newsletter delivered to your inbox for free, just click here and fill out your details. It’s that easy, and I’ll see you in your inbox!
A bit of herstory
This newsletter is a key element of Sara’s Birth Information Project, which was initially supported by our crowdfunding friends, who helped by donating towards the costs of the infrastructure while we donated our time. (And we still do.) It’s still partially heart-funded and we receive no funding from companies who sell pharmaceuticals, technologies or baby products.
Which means we can be honest.
We’re not dependent on (and thus inhibited by) such relationships.
If you’d like to help us keep it all free, ad-free and baby product free, well we would be just delighted if you would buy something from our Etsy shop of Sara’s hand-made goodies, thank you 😀
We also make a donation towards the voluntary aspect of our work from every online course we run, so attending one of those (and bringing or sending your colleagues!) helps keep the free stuff going too!
But whether or not you’re in the mood to re-home a vagina, adopt a friendly bacteria of buy birthkit purses for all the birthy people on your Christmas list, come and join our growing list of people who want to be kept in the loop with up-to-date birth-related research and thinking from a woman-centred perspective.
We look forward to helping you stay up-to-date.