Founded in 2015, Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network came at a time of monumental transition and growth within the birth and parenting community. Molly Murray, a Cincinnati Birth and Postpartum Doula, saw a space and need for an organization that would create community and support among all local birth and parenting professionals with opportunities for networking, learning and growing together while spreading awareness and providing a one-stop shop for parents to find all of the resources needed to navigate their pregnancy, birth and parenting journey.
The vision of and for the Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network is ever evolving, changing, and growing.
Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network strives to be the place for birth and parenting professionals to be listed and connected with one another as well as with Cincinnati parents.
Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network hopes to be the place for families to come to learn about their options and connect with local resources and birth/parenting businesses.
Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network Code of Conduct
(Cincinnati Birth and Parenting Network shall henceforth be referred to as “CBPN”)
- CBPN Members are expected to treat all colleagues in an ethical, professional, and respectful manner at all times.
- CBPN Members should strive to promote ethical conduct within the birth/parenting professional community as a whole.
- CBPN Members should demonstrate integrity and ethical standards in their personal and professional conduct. This extends not only to clients, but to colleagues in their field and to the birth and parenting professional community as a whole.
- CBPN Members are expected to make every effort to honor agreements and contracts for professional services to their clients, and to provide the services that they agree to provide
- CBPN Members will not divulge confidential information received in a professional capacity from their clients, nor compromise clients' confidentiality either directly or through the use of internet media such as Facebook or blogs.
- CBPN Members should make every effort to encourage people to assume personal responsibility for the decisions they make during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.