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Women’s health across borders: Migrant women’s health



This week the Katee, Corbin, and Dave chat about two papers which discuss migrant women’s health outcomes and the experiences of Somali refugee mother’s birth experiences in Norway and Minnesota. We talk about the intersection of culture and health and how values influence health systems.

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References:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29566259

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19539929


Maternal Mortality – A close call (with Amy Dean)



A few months ago, a listener named Amy Dean wrote in after our maternal mortality episode to tell us her story. We asked her to join us and share her experience and current advocacy efforts for other patients like her. We are so happy she called in and chatted with us!

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Fallopian Files:

Corbin – Radio Ambulante

Katee – Sawbones – Secret life of doctors

Dave – Terry Gross’ interview with Madeline Albright

Amy – NPR’s Lost Mothers series

References:

Maternal Health Advocates Facebook Group

Amy’s article


Menstrual Synchrony



We had a lovely listener write to us with a question: “Why do periods start to sync together when living with other girls?” So we decided to investigate. Join the Vagibonds as we uncover the answer to this question and dive in to the nature of scientific study and research bias.

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Fallopian Files:

Corbin – Caring Bridge

Katee – Sawbones

Dave – Mr. Pringle & all band teachers

References:

Guinea Worm Story

Menstrual Synchrony Wikipedia

Menstrual Synchrony Huffington Post


#squadgoals to end poverty: The Millennium Devlopment goals



This week Katee, Corbin, And Dave talk about the UN’s Millennium Devlopment Goals. These are eight goals that were created from a ten year long study on world poverty. These goals were aimed to drastically reduce worl poverty bu 2015. For the Vagibonds two goals were especially signifcant: the goal to increase gender equality and decrease maternal mortality. Join us as we talk about gender equality and decreased maternal mortality as effective ways to reduce poverty and improve the lives of individuals in communities across the world!

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References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennium_Development_Goals

http://www.who.int/topics/millennium_development_goals/about/en/

http://www.un.org/millennium/declaration/ares552e.pdf

 


When healthcare speaks Swedish



This week Corbin talks about her experience in Sweden. The group talks about differences in healthcare between the US and Sweden, education, training, work hours. And of course we ask the eternal question: if a medical student lives in Sweden, does she/he still complain??

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The Vagina Monologues



Last weekend, Katee went to a performance of The Vagina Monologues so this week she tells us about the background and purpose of the show. Corbin and Dave share their own experiences with the play.

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References:

V-Day movement

The Vagina Monologues


Caring for Women Who are Incarcerated: Part Two



This week Katee and Corbin continue the discussion about health issues that women who are incarcerated face.This week’s episode focuses on access to abortion and sanitary products. We discuss supreme court cases regarding the issues and the realities women who are incarcerated experience when trying to access these resources.

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Twitter: @thevagibonds

Instagram: @thevagibondspod

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References:

https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/roe-v-wade/abortion-in-prison

https://www.aclu.org/blog/prisoners-rights/women-prison/arizona-needs-laws-protect-women-prisoners-menstrual-health

https://www.acog.org/Clinical-Guidance-and-Publications/Committee-Opinions/Committee-on-Health-Care-for-Underserved-Women/Health-Care-for-Pregnant-and-Postpartum-Incarcerated-Women-and-Adolescent-Females

https://www.aclu.org/issues/prisoners-rights/women-prison/state-standards-pregnancy-related-health-care-and-abortion

https://www.guttmacher.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/pubs/psrh/full/4105909.pdf

https://news.vice.com/en_ca/article/3kp9b5/abortion-behind-bars-terminating-a-pregnancy-in-prison-can-be-next-to-impossible


Caring for Women Who are Incarcerated: Part One



Over 200,000 women in the US are incarcerated. In this two part series, Katee and Corbin discuss some of the health care needs of women that become difficult to recieve when they are incarcerated. This week we talk about how women in prison systems receive care before, during, and after pregnancy. Healthcare policies from healthcare professionals and issues in the correctional system.

Our social medias:

E-mail: thevagibondspodcast@gmail.com

Twitter: @thevagibonds

Instagram: @thevagibondspod

Facebook: The Vagibonds Podcast

References:

ACOG Committee Opinion

ACLU