Saturday 23 March 2019 17:00
A series of lectures on the early stages of human life, from gestation to infancy. Each session is designed to stimulate dialogue between physiology and psychology, as well as to inform and clarify.
The second lecture examines what happens in the body during normal delivery. What are the benefits of a normal delivery for the mother and the baby? How can she prepare for a normal delivery? What unnecessary medical interventions should be avoided? Which approaches support and which discourage or intimidate women and young parents? What should a woman know if she wishes to have a normal delivery after a Cesarean delivery? Which medical reasons may lead to a Cesarean delivery?
Nikolaos Vlachos, Professor for Obstetrics and Gynecology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Aretaieion Hospital
Rania Nikolopoulou, Midwife, Section Head, Aretaieion Hospital
Fainareti non-profit organization was founded in 2006 to promote perinatal health care services in Greece, including the health of pregnant women, newborns and babies, parents and the family through specialized intervention in perinatal care and support.
Saturday 23/03 | 17.00 - 18.30