Patchworks Films | Born in the U.S.A. (Dvd)

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Born in the U.S.A. (Dvd)

by Patchworks Films

Meet three birth caregivers—a obstetrician, a nurse-midwife, and a licensed homebirth midwife—each with a dramatically different idea about what constitutes best care for birthing women. 60 min. NOTE: This is the home-use-only DVD of the documentary.
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"In any society the way a woman gives birth and the kind of care given to her and the baby points as sharply as an arrowhead to the key values of the culture.”
— Sheila Kitzinger, Women as Mothers

Three out of every four Americans becomes a parent, yet most have never really considered what having a "normal" birth means. Is a typical birth as experienced in the U.S. normal?

BORN IN THE U.S.A. provides an in-depth look at low-risk childbirth in America by presenting three different types of caregivers and settings: an obstetrician working at a teaching hospital, a licensed midwife attending home births, and a certified nurse-midwife bridging both worlds in an urban, out-of-hospital birth center.

By examining the culture of birth practices in America, BORN IN THE U.S.A. raises questions about technology, safety and quality of care, and it challenges parents to be proactive about getting the kind of care they want and need.

NOTE: This is the home/personal-use-only version of Born In The U.S.A. You might not know it, but when you buy a DVD, you are only buying the right to use that DVD in a specific way. If you are just one person, it isn’t fair to ask you to pay a large amount, so we keep the Home Use price low. On the other hand, if you are an educational institution, educator or other professional user of educational media, it is likely that many more people will view the DVD over its lifespan, and the higher-priced versions reflect that. All professional use of this film requires purchase of one of the fully-licensed versions found at You may stream online (rent) or download-to-own (buy) the home-use-only version here:


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