Dr Chalmers is the Award Winning Writer. Her book "Birth, Sex and Abuse: Women's Voices Under Nazi Rule" was awarded eight important international book awards. The latest award (2016) is that the Vine Award for Canadian Jewish hay, in Background. The publication has also been given the 2015 National Jewish Book Award (USA); the Canadian Jewish Literary Award for Holocaust Literature; a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award; the Eric Hoffer Award for Legacy non-Fiction books;a Montaigne Medal for thought-provoking books plus a Foreword Reviews Indiefab Finalist Award.
Dr Chalmers has dedicated her life to examining birth and pregnancy in difficult social, political, economic and religious settings. These include women giving birth Apartheid in South Africa; girls having babies at the former Soviet Union under Communism; girls with previous expertise of Female Genital Mutilation giving birth in Canada; women giving birth under Nazi rule; and girls giving birth highly medicalized settings.
She has two doctoral levels: a Doctorate of Science in Medicine (DSc (Med)) and a PhD in Psychology. She has held appointments from Medical and Social Sciences .
Dr Chalmers has served, for several decades, as a maternal and newborn health consultant for numerous United Nations and other global aid agencies. She's played a considerable role in the development and execution of practices and global health policythrough her activities in UNICEF and the World Health Organization and together with International Aid Agencies. She has undertaken 140 international wellness promotion activities in over 20 nations.
She's over 280 academic publications in the field of perinatal health, such as a number of publications and book chapters and has given over 445 presentations, worldwide, on such subj
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