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2021 November

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Person-centered care starts with viewing health care through the lens of patients. Listening to the lived experiences and voices of Black girls, women, mothers, and birthing persons* can facilitate shared understanding and a development of a respectful care plan. These experiences, good and bad can help provide valuable information to the healthcare community to help guide improvements in the experiences of Black women.

When a woman's voice is amplified, it can also encourage others to speak up and advocate for their needs.

Read more about Centering Black Mothers here

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