Our labor nurse, Jeanne Faulkner, R.N., blogs about her work with CARE.
Our Ask the Labor Nurse blogger, Jeanne Faulkner, R.N., recently traveled to Peru with CARE, a global humanitarian organization working to improve access and quality of healthcare for pregnant women and mothers around the world. Here, you can read along as Jeanne blogs about her trip and her ongoing work with CARE. See what a big impact her trip has already made, and find out what you can do to get involved.
Why Care? Jeanne introduces our new project with CARE
Planning for Peru Jeanne's trip begins to take shape
Christy Turlington and CARE Circles of Life
Arriving in Peru Day One: Landing in Lima
Starting to Care Day Two, Part I: Jeanne meets her team
Starting to Care Day Two, Part II: Bird's eye view of how health care works
Day Three: Jeanne's Biggest Day Ever The road to Vilcashuaman
Day Three: Jeanne's Biggest Day Ever, Part II Jeanne interviews the doctors and midwives who run the health clinic in Vilcashuaman.
Day Three: Jeanne's Biggest Day Ever, Part III Jeanne meets mothers living in the maternity home at the health clinic.
Day Three: Jeanne's Biggest Day Ever, Part IV Jeanne meets with the clinic staff.
Day Four: Back in Ayacucho A day for rest and gratitude
Day Five, Part I Going for a Ride
Day Five, Part II The Round Table
Day Five, Part II The Round Table Continued
Day Six Silly Girls and the President
Making an Impact
A Powerful Noise Help Fit Pregnancy support CARE
Women Need Your Help "A Powerful Noise" screening