Wed, 14 July 2021
On today's podcast, we talk about how to evaluate clinical research and how it is actually carried out. We are currently in the midst of a free 30-day trial of the EBB Pro Membership, and this podcast episode is a sample part of a class series inside the membership! Have you ever wondered how research is carried out, and why certain things are studied... but why other aspects of birth and midwifery care are not? Do you know how many billions of dollars are spent in the U.S. research industry each year, and what that money is spent on?
In this podcast, Dr. Dekker will walk you through the timeline of how research is carried out, who decides what research gets funded, and why so much research has come from a racist and patriarchal lens. You'll also learn about the importance of one of the newest fields of science called "clinical and translational research."
Content Warning: We will be talking about racism and sexism in research, and how this has led to an increase in heart disease deaths among women. And I share a personal story related to heart disease and mortality.
Learn more about our Pro Membership here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/become-pro-member/).
Learn more about biomedical translation here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnHLo-hCssg).
Learn more about the NIH Reporter here (https://reporter.nih.gov/).
Learn more about Eunice Kennedy Shriver NIH here (https://www.nichd.nih.gov/).
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