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Associate Professor of Women’s StudiesAssociate Professor of NursingAdjunct Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynecology
2119 Lane Hall, 204 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1290
Lisa Kane Low received her bachelors degree in nursing from the University of Michigan, her MS degree in midwifery from the University of Illinois in Chicago, post masters certificate in teaching midwifery from University of Pennsylvania and finally her doctoral degree in Nursing and a certificate in Women's Studies from the University of Michigan. She is also a certified nurse midwife since 1987. Her research interests and publications focus on women's and adolescents experiences of childbirth including specific birth care practices, the role of doulas (trained providers of support to women and families during childbirth and postpartum), management of second stage labor as well as cultural understandings of the significance of the birth experience. She also has an ongoing collaborative project in Honduras to study Safe Motherhood Global Health policy being implemented in Honduras. She holds joint appointments in Women's Studies, the School of Nursing where she directs the Nurse Midwifery Education program and in the Department of OBGYN where she practices as a nurse midwife at University of Michigan Health System. Her courses include Perspectives in Women's Health, Women's Reproductive Health and Global health courses and study abroad programs in Honduras for undergraduate level and graduate level students.
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
School of Social Work Building1080 South University Ave.Rooms 3661 & 3663
Ann Arbor, MI