We are joined by several of our 2023 expert panelists to discuss the topics of oppression, bias, inclusivity, and becoming allies. We explore how racism, ableism and other forms of oppression show up in healthcare, education, mental health, and in our own personal lives. We explore issues of advocacy, disparities within larger systems, issues with the diagnostic tools we use, the labels we put on others, exploring our own internal biases, and the role of funding in keeping oppressive systems alive and well. We also explore becoming an ally ourselves, while also raising our children to be inclusive allies.
After combing through several sources such as the World Health Organization, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, WebMd, US Food and Drug Administration, CDC, to name a few…we have compiled a list of the top health concerns affecting women. In this Roundtable, our expert panelists discuss the top women’s health issues based on the perspectives of their professions.
Our 2022 expert panelists discuss how parents can navigate pregnancy after loss, what resources are available, that often difficult decision to not have more children and being content with the family that one has, and dealing with the changes that the body goes through after loss, how to approach fitness after miscarriage or loss, and a parent’s understandable array of mixed emotions and anxiety of losing a child.
The second HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2022 discusses how mothers can best navigate the postpartum period, who should be a part of that postpartum care support team, how parents from different socioeconomic backgrounds can access the care they need, different approaches to finding balance in life (particularly as a parent), and how to approach difficult parenting decisions when overwhelmed by information from outside sources.
The third HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2021 focused on exploring diet culture and body image issues. Our quarterly roundtables bring the HER Expert Panelists together to share their knowledge
Our lives change in a myriad of ways once we become a mother, some positive and others less so. From experiences with “mom brain” or brain fog to overwhelming stress
Today we are delighted to discuss how mothers can best navigate the postpartum period, who should be a part of that postpartum care support team, how parents from different socioeconomic
HER Experts discuss so-called “mom brain”, and also explore aging, changes in hormones, and the effects our stage of life can have on our overall health. The experts discuss how these issues impact a mother as well as her children and ways to navigate these challenges.
In our final Roundtable of 2021, the panelists are exposing the harmful expectations of motherhood and confronting the unrealistic and unachievable ideals. Our goal through this discussion is to help moms recognize and manage the expectations. The experts strive to help moms to establish in advance what is realistic so disappointment is minimized and moms can feel more secure in their abilities.