Friday, January 15, 2010

Interviewed on Beijing's 'Today' radio show on elective cesarean

At 2am this morning I was involved in a one-hour discussion on elective cesareans with CRI Beyond Beijing's Flagship News Magazine. The 'Today' news programme was exploring the reasons for such high rates of elective cesareans in China, and also talking about the risks and benefits of planned cesarean delivery versus planned vaginal delivery.

It was presented by Chris Gelken and Qinduo Xu, and I was interviewed alongside two other panelists, Dr Chen Zhe, Chief Resident Doctor and Obsterician from Renmin Hospital, and Prof Lynn Callister from the School of Nursing at Brigham Young University.

To listen to the programme, click here.

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