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Stephanie Tillman, known as the Feminist Midwife, will visit campus April 13, 14 to meet with students, faculty, give presentations

Stephanie Tillman, CNM, founder of the Feminist Midwife, and a leading expert on trauma-informed care and reproductive justice, will visit campus April 13 and 14 to speak with students and faculty and offer three presentations as part of the inaugural Reiss Family Lectureship in Ethics and Equity.

During her two-day visit with the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and the College of Nursing, Tillman will deliver three talks that all center on the practice of trauma-informed care.

She will deliver Ethics Grand Rounds 8 to 9 a.m. Thursday, April 13 in 103 Weiskotten Hall. CME credit will be offered to attendees.

Later that day, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tillman will be part of a panel discussion with representatives of various reproductive rights organizations at the Salt City Market, 484 S. Salina St. This event is open to the public.

She will also deliver a hybrid lecture to the College of Nursing at 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 14, in 2244 of the Academic Building. Her presentation is titled Trauma-Informed Care Scripting: A Case Study of Chaperones for Intimate Examinations. CE credit for nursing will be available.

Millman is a midwife, educator, writer, and activist in Chicago, whose work has been covered widely in the media, including the Ms. Magazine, Elle, ReWire, Teen Vogue, and The New York Times. She trains providers of all specialties, consults on resource development and revision, provides legal consultation, and publishes regularly on trauma-informed and queer inclusive care.

Her leadership activities include chairing the American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM) Ethics Committee and participating as an Advisory Committee member of the Queer and Transgender Midwives Association (QTMA).

More information and registration links for all three events can be found at https://bit.ly/ReissLecture