Move It Baby: Exercise for Better Birth Outcomes Webinar

February 27, 2024

The Science of Physiologic Birth Research Cluster hosted a webinar titled: Move It Baby: Exercise for Better Birth Outcomes on February 27 2024. The event was well-attended, with over 100 attendees present. Please find the webinar recording below:

Download the webinar presentation slides here

View the presenters' responses from questions in the Zoom chat here

You can find the Canadian Guidelines for Exercise in Pregnancy here:

Webinar description: Join movement experts for a practical and evidence-based presentation on the role of both general exercise and specific pelvic floor exercises in people who are trying to conceive, and are prenatal. Presented by Cluster members Carly Little, Dana Elliott, Jen McCutcheon, and Tara Wilson. 

About Carly Little
Carly is an exercise scientist who specializes in pre and post-natal exercise training. View Carly Little's full profile here.

About Dana Elliott
Dana is a physiotherapist who practices in women’s health and pelvic floor physiotherapy. View Dana Elliott's full profile here.

About Jen McCutcheon
Jen McCutcheon is trained and worked as a physiotherapist for eight years before transitioning to global public health with a focus on strengthening maternal and child health systems in low-income countries. View Jen McCutcheon's full profile here

About Tara Wilson
Tara is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP-CEP) with a High Performance Specialization. View Tara Wilson's full profile here

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