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 Selected Presentations (since 2002)

  1. Klein MC, Kaczorowski J, Hearps SJ, Tomkinson J, Baradaran N, Hall W, McNiven P, Brant R, Fraser W. What are the attitudes and knowledge of Canadian women approaching their first birth toward birth technology and their roles in birth? Annual Meeting North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). November 13th 2011. Banff Alberta.
  2. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Throwing the Mother Out with the Bathwater—and sometimes the baby too. Annual Research Day Centre Developmental Neurosciences and Child Health. Child and Family Research Institute. October 21st 2011. Vancouver BC.
  3. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Building partnerships with women, their families and their care providers. Turning the Tide: balancing birth experiences and interventions for best outcomes. Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver BC. May 12th 2011.
  4. Klein MC. Pop stars, real women, and the so-called “cesarean section on maternal request” debate: what is the evidence that childbirth is bad for your pelvic floor.  Invited Speaker. The safety of home birth and benefits of midwifery care. Childbirth: Research Matters. Annual meeting The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth. May 7th 2011. Edmonton Alberta.
  5. Klein MC. The tyranny of meta-analysis: why the Cochrane on epidurals is wrong.  Invited Speaker. The safety of home birth and benefits of midwifery care. Childbirth: Research Matters. Annual meeting The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth. May 7th 2011. Edmonton Alberta.
  6. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. The safety of home birth and benefits of midwifery care. Childbirth: Research Matters. Annual meeting The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth. May 7th 2011. Edmonton Alberta.
  7. Klein MC. Invited Keynote Speaker. Obstetricians are from Mars, midwives and doulas are from Venus, family doctors, nurses and women are searching for a friendly planet. Childbirth: Research Matters. Annual meeting The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth. May 7th 2011. Edmonton Alberta.
  8. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. How to talk with women about a request for a cesarean section without apparent indications? PREGNANCY AND BIRTHCURRENT CLINICAL ISSUES. University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. December 9-10 2010.
  9. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. The near term newborn: consequences of delivery at 36-40 weeks by any route. PREGNANCY AND BIRTHCURRENT CLINICAL ISSUES. University of Toronto and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. December 9-10 2010.
  10. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Challenges in perinatal care in Canada and beyond. Conference of best practices in perinatal care. Quebec City. November 25-26, 2010.
  11. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker in Symposium on epidural analgesia. Epidurals: a new look at the evidence of their benefits and risks. Conference of best practices in perinatal care. Quebec City. November 25-26, 2010.
  12. Klein MC. Invited Plenary Speaker. Enfanter le Monde (Birthing the World). Obstetricians are from Mars. Midwives are from Venus, Nurses, family physicians and women are searching for a friendly planet. Conference of best practices in perinatal care. Quebec City. November 25-26, 2010.
  13. Klein MC, Baradaran N, Kaczorowski J, Hearps S, Tomkinson J, Brandt R. Family physicians who provide intrapartum care and those who do not: very different ways of viewing childbirth. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Seattle Washington, November 13-17, 2010.
  14. Klein MC, Liston R, Fraser WD, Baradaran N, Hearps S, Tomkinson J, Kazorowski J, Brant R. The attitudes of the new generation of Canadian obstetricians: how do they differ from the predecessors, and does it matter? Extended paper. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Seattle Washington, November 13-17, 2010.
  15. Klein MC, Kaczorowski J. Chaos on the maternity floor: lack of harmony of attitudes of Canadian maternity care providers and nulliparous women.  Invited Speaker: FMF (Family Medicine forum, the annual meeting of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. October 14th 2010. Vancouver BC.
  16. Hall W, Klein MC, Tomkinson. (Re) Creating Birth: Women’s and care providers’ efforts to minimize risk. Normal Labour and Birth research Conference: the benefits and challenges of preserving physiologic birth. Vancouver. July 20-23rd 2010.
  17. Klein MC, Baradaran N, Hearps S, Tomkinson, Kaczorowski J. The attitudes toward birth of the new generation of Canadian obstetricians: how do they differ from their predecessors? Normal Labour and Birth research Conference: the benefits and challenges of preserving physiologic birth. Vancouver. July 20-23rd 2010.
  18. Klein MC, Baradaran N, Hearps S, Tomkinson, Kaczorowski J. Survey of Canadian family physicians who provide intrapartum care and those that do not; Do they view birth differently and does it matter? Normal Labour and Birth research Conference: the benefits and challenges of preserving physiologic birth. Vancouver. July 20-23rd 2010.
  19. McNiven P, Klein MC, Baradaran N, Hearps S, Tomkinson J, Saxell L. Attitudinal differences toward labour and birth among Canadian Midwives. Normal Labour and Birth research Conference: the benefits and challenges of preserving physiologic birth. Vancouver. July 20-23rd 2010.
  20. Klein MC, Kaczorowski J.  Invited Speakers. Different ways maternity care providers see normal childbirth.West/Central CME Program: Update in obstetrics and gynecology. Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologist of Canada. March 18-20 2010. Banff Alberta.
  21. Klein MC. Confusion on the maternity floor! How do attitudes and beliefs of obstetricians, family physicians, maternity care nurses, licensed midwives and doulas differ about little old childbirth. 2010 Mother-Friendly Child birth Forum and Annual Meeting CIMS (Coalition for Improving Maternity Services). Austin Texas, Feb 27, 2010.
  22. Janssen P, Klein MC et al. Is home birth safe? A five year study of home births in British Columbia. 2010 Mother-Friendly Child birth Forum and Annual Meeting CIMS (Coalition for Improving Maternity Services). Austin Texas, Feb 27, 2010.
  23. Klein MC. Abstract and Paper Writing, Submitting to Journals and Dealing With Rejection. Family Practice Research Day. University of British Columbia. June 18th, 2009
  24. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Multidisciplinary Rounds. BC Women’s Hospital. What do we believe and why does it matter: the struggle to understand fear based maternity care. BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre. May 1st 2009
  25. Klein MC. Invited Plenary Speaker. Do you really believe that midwives attending home births are harming babies and mothers?—How to integrate midwifery into mainstream maternity care in a safe collaborative environment. POGO—Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology. University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon February 6th 2009
  26. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. How epidural analgesia has transformed birth, sometimes for the better and sometimes not. POGO—Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology. University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon February 6th 2009.
  27. Klein MC, Christilaw J, Kaczorowski J, Van Wagner V.  Invited Speaker. The Future of Maternity Care in Canada. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Annual Meeting College of Family Physicians of Canada. Toronto November 28th 2008
  28. Klein MC, Kaczorowski J, Fraser W, Hall W, Liston R, Dore S, McNiven P, Saxell L, Brant R, Grant J, Lindstrom K, Eftekhary SS.  Invited Speaker. Attitudes and beliefs of Canadian maternity caregivers and the women they serve: How this information can help to reconstruct a failing maternity care system. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Annual Meeting College of Family Physicians of Canada. Toronto November 28th 2008.
  29. Janssen P, Klein MC, Liston R, Saxell L, Page L, Lee S. A five year study of home births in British Columbia by midwives—compared to hospital births by midwives and physicians. North American Primary Care research Group (NAPCRG) 36th Annual Meeting. Rio Grande Puerto Rico. November 17th 2008
  30. Klein MC, Kaczorowski J, Fraser W, Hall W, Liston R, Dore S, McNiven P, Saxell L, Brant R, Grant J, Lindstrom K, Eftekhary SS Confusion in maternity care: How can providers see birth so differently? North American Primary Care research Group (NAPCRG) 36th Annual Meeting. Rio Grande Puerto Rico. November 17th 2008.
  31. Klein MC, Miewald C, Hearns G.  Invited Speakers. Informed decision making: the interaction between sustainable maternity services and community sustainability. BC Rural and remote Health research Network. Morris Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University. Vancouver 25th 2008.
  32. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. The misuse of RCTs and Meta-analysis--or how to design studies that will give you the answers that you seek: why are some studies taken up so rapidly? A Consensus Conference: Cesarean Birth in BC (renamed A Consensus Conference on Promoting Normal Childbirth. January 24-26, 2008. Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. Vancouver BC Canada.
  33. Klein MC, Eftekhary SS, Xu S. Canadian Doulas: What do they believe and how are they accepted? Annual Meeting Canadian Association of Midwives. Vancouver. November 3rd 2007
  34. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. What is not really new in maternity care? Annual Meeting Canadian Association of Midwives. Vancouver. November 2nd 2007
  35. Klein MC. Invited Keynote Speaker. 100th Anniversary of St. Justine Hospital. Cesarean section on maternal request: whose request? November 1st 2007. Montreal
  36. Jiminez V. Klein MC, Hivon M, Berenza E. Perception of birth and the birth of perception: are women able to achieve their birthing goals? North American Primary Care Research Group. Vancouver British Columbia. October 20-23rd 2007
  37. Trousdale W, Hearns G, Klein MC, Eftekhary SS, Miewald C. Support tools for complex decision-making in the provision of rural maternity care. North American Primary Care Research Group. Vancouver British Columbia. October 20-23rd 2007
  38. Miewald C, Klein MC, Eftekhary SS, Trousdale W, Hearns G. The role of maternity care in sustainable rural communities. North American Primary Care Research Group. Vancouver British Columbia. October 20-23rd 2007
  39. Klein MC, Eftekhary SS, Asrat G. Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents: Who are they and what do they believe about birth? North American Primary Care Research Group. Vancouver British Columbia. October 20-23rd 2007
  40. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Throwing the mother out with the bathwater—the abuse of randomized controlled trials. Lamaze International Annual Meeting Phoenix Arizona. September 8th 2007
  41. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Cesarean section on “maternal request”—whose request? Lamaze International Annual Meeting Phoenix Arizona. September 8th 2007
  42. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Cesarean section on maternal request: the debate continues. Annual meeting DONA International. St. Louis. July 21st 2007
  43. Klein MC. Invited Plenary Speaker. What do doulas believe about birth and how are they accepted. Annual meeting DONA International. St. Louis. July 21st 2007
  44. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker Family Practice Grand Rounds. The tyranny of evidence-based medicine: Whose evidence is it anyhow? December 15th 2006. Richmond BC.
  45. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker. Controversies in maternity care: dealing with it prenatally. National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (NPWH). September 28th 2006. Las Vegas.
  46. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker. Cesarean section on demand: the controversy continues. National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (NPWH). September 28th 2006. Las Vegas.
  47. Eftekhary, S, Klein, MC, Xu, S. Doulas in Canada, where do they stand? North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). October 15-18th 2006. Tucson Arizona.
  48. Klein, MC. Wilson, R. Hall, W, Aparicico, D. How do family practice residents and nurses see birth—compared to family physicians, obstetricians and midwives? University of British Columbia Departments Family Practice and Nursing and The BC Child and Family Research Institute. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). October 15-18th 2006. Tucson Arizona.
  49. Tan M, Klein MC, Saxell L, Kinney EJ. Birth of the placenta: how differently do physicians and midwives see and approach the third stage. 33rd Annual Meeting North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) October 16, 2005. Quebec City.
  50. Klein MC. Does epidural analgesia Increase the cesarean section rate? 33rd Annual Meeting North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) October 16, 2005. Quebec City.
  51. Gillison A, van den Broek R, Klein MC, Kelly A, Duddy J, Saxell L, Liston R, Ottenheijm R. Do women attending family physician, obstetricians or midwives see birth differently? 33rd Annual Meeting North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) October 16, 2005. Quebec City.
  52. Klein MC. Does epidural analgesia increase the cesarean section rate? Focus on maternity care. Annual meeting College of Family Physicians of Canada. December 9th 2005.
  53. Tan M, Klein MC. Saxell L. Birth of the Placenta: how differently do physicians and midwives perceive and approach the third stage. Focus on maternity care. Annual meeting College of Family Physicians of Canada. December 9th 2005.
  54. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. How do Attitudes and Beliefs Govern How We Practice? Midwives’ Association of Washington State 2010 Spring Conference. Friday May 14, 2010, Seattle Pacific University.
  55. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Birth in Balance. Midwives’ Association of Washington State 2010 Spring Conference. Friday May 14, 2010, Seattle Pacific University. Home Birth in BC and
  56. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Cesarean section on demand. Annual Family Centered Maternity Care Conference. Vancouver BC. July 22nd 2005.
  57. Klein MC. Invited Keynote Speaker. Does Epidural analgesia increase the Cesarean section rate and other EBM shenanigans? Annual Family Centered Maternity Care Conference. Vancouver BC. July 21st 2005.
  58. Klein MC. Invited Keynote Speaker. Research shows that epidurals do not increase the Cesarean section rate but we know they do! This and other trial nonsense. 4th Annual Doula education Day. Douglas College New Westminster BC May 14, 2005
  59. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. The tyranny of meta-analysis and the misuse of randomized controlled trials. Annual Conference of Ontario Midwives. Talisman Mountain Resort. Kimberly Ontario. May 12, 2005
  60. Klein MC. Invited Keynote Speaker. How do midwives, nurse, obstetricians, family practitioners, trainees and the women themselves see birth? How to nurture normal birth in the face of such dissonance? Annual Conference of Ontario Midwives. Talisman Mountain Resort. Kimberly Ontario. May 12, 2005
  61. Klein MC. Confusion on the maternity floor! How do attitudes and beliefs of obstetricians, family physicians, maternity care nurses, licensed midwives and doulas differ about little old childbirth. 2010 Mother-Friendly Child birth Forum and Annual Meeting CIMS (Coalition for Improving Maternity Services). Austin Texas, Feb 27, 2010.
  62. Janssen P, Klein MC et al. Is home birth safe? A five year study of home births in British Columbia. 2010 Mother-Friendly Child birth Forum and Annual Meeting CIMS (Coalition for Improving Maternity Services). Austin Texas, Feb 27, 2010.
  63. Klein MC.  Invited Speaker. Too posh to push and the meaning of cesarean section on demand. MiniMedical School UBC/BC Research Institute for Children’s and Women’s Health. April 13, 2005
  64. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker. Maternity Care in the 21st Century: Interprofessional Collaboration and Research. Chan Centre Vancouver BC. The Tyranny of Meta-analysis: do epidurals really not increase the Cesarean section rate? February 4, 2005
  65. Vania Jiminez, Abby Lippman, Michael Klein, Marleen Dehertog, Louise Miner, Eugene Bereza. Le Choix éclaire lors de l’accouchement : les femmes ont-elles vrai mont le choix? Journée de l’Association du Santé Publique. Novembre 29th 2004
  66. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker. Maternity Care Session. Caesarean Section on demand—the debate continues. Annual meeting. College of Family Physicians of Canada November 26th 2004
  67. Klein, MC.  Invited Speaker. Special Award Presentation: Presented to Michael Klein as Family Physician Researcher of the Year. Collateral damage: throwing the mother out with the bathwater. Annual meeting. College of Family Physicians of Canada November 25th 2004
  68. Klein, M. Invited Keynote Speaker: McQuitty Memorial Oration—“40 Years of Primary Care Research—Studying what demands to be studied.” Department of Family Medicine. Faculty of Medicine University of Calgary. May 6th 2004
  69. Klein, M.C., Kaczorowski, J., Jorgensen, S., Gauthier, R. Urinary and sexual outcomes in women experiencing vaginal compared with cesarean births—Is “Cesarean Section on Demand” Justified? NAPCRG, Banff, Alberta, Oct. 27, 2003.
  70. Reime, B., Klein, M.C., Kelly, A., Duxbury, N., Saxell, L., Liston, R. Do Maternity Care Provider Groups Have Different Attitudes toward Birth? NAPCRG, Banff, British Columbia, Oct. 27, 2003.
  71. Klein, M. Keynote Speaker, DONA 9th International Conference. San Francisco, California. July 24th to 27th, 2003. Epidurals and Cesareans, an evidence based approach.
  72. Klein, MC. Is Caesarean Section on Demand Justified? Urinary and Sexual Outcomes for Women following Caesarean vs. Vaginal Deliveries. B.C. Research Institute for Children’s and Women’s Health. Tuesday, May 27th, 2003.
  73. Klein MC. Speaker, 2nd Annual Doula Education Day. Presented by Douglas College and Doulas of North America (DONA). May 24, 2003.
  74. Yarrow, C., Benoit, G., & Klein, M. Maternal and Newborn Outcomes for Vacuum Assisted Births Attended by Community-based Family Practitioners. NAPCRG, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov. 17-20, 2002.
  75. Kelly, A., Klein, M., Kaczorowski, J., & Grzybowski, S. Timing of Admission to Hospital by Mothers and Their Physicians: Maternal/Newborn Consequences. NAPCRG, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov. 17-20, 2002.
  76. Klein M. Midwifery’s contributions to the maternity care crisis – A Family Physician’s observations. Conference: Midwifery – Building Our Contribution to Maternity Care. Vancouver May 1-3, 2002.

    

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