Lashea Wattie, M.Ed speaks about Maternal Morbidity and Mortality on The Linwood Jackson Radio Show

I am looking forward to speaking with;                                                                                    Nurse Lashea Wattie M.Ed,                                                                                                           She’s the Georgia Postpartum Hemorrhage Project Leader and
will be on The Linwood Jackson Radio Show, Sunday  June 28                                               Please join us 2-3 live on 1510 am or @                                               http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20

Lashea Wattie RNC, C-EFM,BSN, M.Ed Georgia Postpartum Hemorrhage Project Lead Awhonn Instructor Trainer http://www.pphproject.org/maternal-morbidity-mortality.asp

Lashea Wattie RNC, C-EFM,BSN, M.Ed
Georgia Postpartum Hemorrhage Project Lead
Awhonn Instructor Trainer
http://www.pphproject.org/maternal-morbidity-mortality.asp

Every 10 minutes a woman in the United States almost dies of pregnancy-related complications, and Amnesty International ranks Georgia the highest in the nation in maternal deaths. “In Georgia, in 2010, 2011 and 2012, the rate of maternal mortality for white women was 14 per 100,000 live births,” Dr. Michael K. Lindsay, Chairman of the Georgia Maternal Mortality Review Committee. “For African American women, it was 49 per 100,000.”                                                                                                                       That disparity is shocking.                                                                                                             The United States is ranked 47th in the world for maternal mortality, and for one of the richest country’s in the world this news is even more shocking.  

And what are we going to do about it?                                                                                                 Tune in to The Linwood Jackson Radio Show, Sunday  June 28 and join us as we discuss;

What can be done?                                                                                                                           Why we have this disparity with black women?                                                                       What is being done in the US to improve the lives of all our women?

Lashea Wattie is a clinical nurse specialist for women's services at WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, outside Atlanta.

Lashea Wattie is a clinical nurse specialist for women’s services at WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia

To learn more about the Georgia Postpartum Hemorrhage Project go here;                    http://www.pphproject.org/maternal-morbidity-mortality.asp

Don’t miss The Linwood Jackson Radio Show June 28, at 2 p.m. on                                   WFAI 1510 am or @                                                       http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20

 Linwood Jackson, Host of  The Linwood Jackson Radio Show.  Every Sunday 2-3 Join us Live @                                                                              www.wfai1510.com/programs/20

Linwood Jackson, Host of
The Linwood Jackson Radio Show.
Every Sunday 2-3
Join us Live @ http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20

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