Australian Doula College in the Media
What Is A Doula & What Options Do Women Have During COVID-19
Recently Renee was interviewed by Kiddipedia, her interview is now featured on their podcast which has just been launched on Apple iTunes and Spotify. It’s episode #9 What Is A Doula & What Options Do Women Have During COVID-19.
Doulas adapt services to help navigate birth and death during coronavirus pandemic
An interview with the ABC featuring Founder of The Australian Doula College, Renee Adair.
Doulas are filling the gap where postnatal care is lacking during the ‘fourth trimester.’
Wiriya Sati spoke with Renee Adair, new mothers and doulas about the important role of support in the post natal period.
Megan Markle is having a doula and everyone wants to know what a doula is!
Stampsy and Jamie from Melbourne’s K Rock 95.5 had a chat to our founder and director, Renee Adair, to find out what it’s all about.
Death doulas: Providing comfort for those nearing the end of their lives.
A recent article by Lee Umbers for NZ Herald.
Birth as a Rite of Passage, Birth Doulas and Remembering Who We Are
Renee Adair’s recent interview for Reconnected.Me Podcast with Lucy Lichtenstein.
What is a Doula?
Renee Adair’s interview with Rev. Crews on the topic of End of Life Doulas.
Talking About Death
The Project on Channel Ten talks about End of Life Doulas with our Helen Callanan (Preparing the Way) .
An interview with PureCalma, Renee gives insight on Doula support and the Australian Doula College.
What does a doula do?
ABC Radio interviewer Sarah Mcdonald talking to Renee Adair and Laura Penning about a doula’s role.
6 ways to reduce perineal tearing during birth, by Joanna Bounds for “Kidspot NZ.”
Renee Adair and the Australian College of Midwives talk about ways to reduce tearing.
The VBAC is Back
Article by Jodie Thomson from “The Child.”
Inside the World of Human Placentophagia
Article by Jackie Dent for The Sydney Morning Herald’s “Daily Life” featuring Renee Adair, Dr Andrew Bisits and others.
Australian Doula College.
An interview with Renee Adair for Birth Matters.