Post Tagged with: "Jacqueline Wolf"

Science Cafe | A High Cesarean Rate and a Low Breastfeeding Rate: How Did We Get Here? March 27

Dr. Jacqueline Wolf

Science Café presents Dr. Jacqueline Wolf discussing “A High Cesarean Rate and a Low Breastfeeding Rate: How Did We Get Here?”on Wednesday, March 27, at 5 p.m. in the Front Room at Baker University Center. In the 1970s, women celebrated “natural” childbirth. Yet by 2009, cesarean section was the most commonly […]

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March 1, 2019 at 5:30 pmEvents

Wolf Explores U.S. Health Care in NPR-affiliated Podcast Series

Dr. Jacqueline Wolf

Dr. Jacqueline Wolf, Professor of the History of Medicine in the departments of Social Medicine and History at Ohio University, recently launched a podcast that explores health care in the United States through patients’ stories. Lifespan: Stories of Illness, Accident, and Recovery features a new episode every month. Each episode focuses […]

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February 12, 2019 at 8:13 amFaculty in the News In the News News

Contemporary History | Cesarean Section Rate: An American History of Risk, Technology, and Consequence, March 29

Dr. Jacqueline Wolf

The Contemporary History Institute Guest Lecture Series presents Dr. Jacqueline H. Wolf discussing “The Cesarean Section Rate: An American History of Risk, Technology, and Consequence” on March 29 in Baker 231 at 4:30 p.m. Between 1969 and 1987, the cesarean section rate in the United States rose 455 percent—from 4.5 to 25 percent […]

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March 1, 2018 at 5:00 pmEvents