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Christine H. Morton

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Christine H. Morton, PhD is a medical sociologist whose research has focused on women’s reproductive experiences and maternity care roles. Since 2008, she has been at Stanford University’s California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative, focusing on maternal mortality and morbidity and maternal quality improvement.

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“Minor talents or failing talents ask much of those who associate with them. They suck, they cling, they sour, they devour, and they can kill their hosts. Disappointment is a deadly companion. We didn't yet know how many of us would end up in its grip, because we were all still striving, and some of us thought we were thriving.”
Margaret Drabble, The Pure Gold Baby

102179 RJ Reads (Reproductive Justice Book Club) — 227 members — last activity Nov 28, 2015 02:43PM
Reading and discussing nonfiction and fiction books relating to reproductive justice issues. New books quarterly. A Backline joint.
101149 Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) — 99 members — last activity Sep 10, 2016 07:08PM
A non-fiction and fiction book group for members of Sociologists for Women in Society.

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