The VBAC Dilemma: What Your Options Really Are

A change in plans is not always a bad thing … Our July film has been changed to

More Business of Being Born: Part 4
The VBAC Dilemma:  What Your Options Really Are

 

Friday July 6, 2012
7:00 pm
Saint Paul University, Ottawa

 

The VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) has become a hot-button issue in the modern maternity care system, as one in three new mothers will give birth via cesarean section. Are all of these mothers then forced to undergo a repeat cesarean the
next time around? Epstein and Lake posed that question to dozens of experts, determining the surprising truth about VBACs. They also follow several women’s stories – both those who succeed and fail at attempting a VBAC – including that of filmmaker Abby Epstein, whose first c-section delivery was depicted in the dramatic, final moments of The Business of Being Born.

Panel Discussion and Talk Back to follow the film.

Location of Screening

All screenings will be held at Saint Paul University at 223 Main Street in Ottawa.
For information on the location of the screening, please click here.

Advance sales are now closed.

Paperless Tickets

Note that paper tickets will not be issued. You will receive a confirmation e-mail. When you come to the film, please state your e-mail address to enter the festival. You do not need to print anything – we’ve gone paperless!

 

All proceeds donated to local birth and breastfeeding groups, including the Coalition for Breech Birth.

Contact us at filmtickets@informedchoice.ca

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