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Cait Vaughan


Cait Vaughan (she/her) is a white queer & genderqueer femme survivor who grew up as a working poor New Englander. She is an organizer, childbirth educator & full spectrum repro support worker. Through the abolitionist, feminist & rights-based practice of Birthing Solidarity, Cait accompanies poor folks, the formerly incarcerated & people who use/d drugs through reproductive decision-making, pregnancy, birth, abortion & postpartum journeys. Additionally, she works with collectives locally & nationally to establish & sustain networks of mutual aid, peer support & grassroots power for all parents & people capable of pregnancy.

Cait Vaughan has no actual or potential conflict of interest, financial relationship/arrangement or affiliation with any entity producing, marketing, re-selling or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.

Product Type
Virtual Conference

Finding Balance: MOA 2022 Midwinter Symposium -- On Demand


Total Credits: 20.5 including 20.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s), 1 Opioid Credits

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Faculty:
James Bass, Esq. |  Erin Belfort, MD |  Elissa Charbonneau, DO, MS |  Carl DeMars, MD |  John Dolan, DO |  Shawn Marie Higgins, DO |  Courtney Hooks, CNM/WHNP |  Persis Hope, NP |  ....
Short Description:
Find Balance with this fully on demand virtual conference experience offering diverse topics and presentation styles. Access for up to 90 days to 20.5 CME Credits that can be watched on your time.
Price:
$755.00 - Base Price

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