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Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push
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Alissa Sadler: The Power to Push

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Alissa Sadler @alissasadler from Signals talks about …

Alissa Sadler @alissasadler from Signals talks about
The Power to Push Campaign: From conception to birth of an online community. Presented Feb 15, 2012 Pecha Kucha-style at #hcsmca's Toronto meetup.

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  • About Alissa
    Alissa’s a Torontonian turned Vancouverite who works at Signals Design Group. She’s also a sci-fi mega-nerd and has an evil twin.

    Alissa is the Social Media Manager at Signals Design Group- a communications and design firm in Vancouver. She's a leader in BC's #hcsmca movement and works with many of BC's leading health + science research organizations on strategic education and advocacy campaigns by helping them to harness the power of social media to build communities and promote ideas.
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  • 1. @alissasadler
  • 2. From conception to birth of an online community
  • 3. Our Cesarean rates are too high. Period.How high is too high?• WHO recommendation: < 10 – 15%• B.C.’s Cesarean rate: 30.6%• BC Women’s Hospital Cesarean rate: 29%• Canada’s rate: 25%
  • 4. Why is a high Cesarean rate bad?
  • 5. Why are Cesarean rates so high?
  • 6. Campaign Objectives1. Provide up-to-date resources for pregnant women, encourage them to know their options, advocate for their choices, and push for the safest and best birth possible.2. Offer research-based information and resources to maternity care providers across BC to help them support every woman’s childbirth choices.
  • 7. The Best Birth Clinic `
  • 8. The Best Birth Clinic
  • 9. The Power to Push Campaign
  • 10. @powertopush tweets:
  • 11. The Power to Push Campaign + Social Media Objectives • Provide up-to-date resources for pregnant women • Share birth stories from the Best Birth Clinic • Encourage conversations around current birth trends and the latest research
  • 12. Where are we at in reaching THE goal?
  • 13. Where are we at in reaching THE goal?

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