Working with women who... Series 2: Conditions and Complications
In ‘Working with women who... Series 2: Conditions and Complications’ you’ll hear from experts in some of the different conditions and complications experienced by women. Learn how to recognise when a woman needs extra help, be inspired to work with women who bring an additional challenge, change the direction of your career. Whatever your motivation for joining, this is a must attend online event. Presentations, panels and conversations to make you think.
Wednesday July 28th
10:00am | Working with women who have STI's
Monica Vitale (RN, BN, GradCertNur(CritCare), MN(NP) ) is a Nurse Practitioner and Lead Nurse Educator for the Clinical Education Unit at True Relationships and Reproductive Health, Queensland. Monica’s goal is to raise the profile of sexual and reproductive health by supporting clinicians on the ground. She aims to further debunk myths that prevent the inclusion of sexual and reproductive health in daily healthcare. Monica has recently developed the Antenatal Sexual health Kit (ASK) ; a course that is focused on equipping antenatal clinicians with practical skills to improve sexual health during pregnancy. She is excited to be talking to midwives today who are keen to learn more to improve mother and baby healthcare. You can see more courses that Monica facilitates by visiting true.org.au/Events & Education/Medical Education & Clinical Training.
Working with women who have Prolonged Rupture of Membranes (PROM)
Born in Sydney, I went to school and to University of Sydney. However like a lot of young men, I was unsure of my path. I failed university and went to the university of life, where I worked as a trainee psychiatric nurse, in various construction roles and as a truckdriver before eventually going back to study, got into medicine after a year of science and never looked back. I was committed to O&G by 4th year and did my specialist training at King George V Hospital under the mentorship of Dr Andrew Child. In 2001 I decided to move my family to Adelaide for a number of reasons including job opportunities and lifestyle choices. Over the last 10 years I have gradually cut back my hours maintaining a healthy work life balance. My interests are health politics and best practices in obstetrics.
Thursday, July 29th
Working with women who have Cervical Insufficiency
Assoc. Prof. Boon H Lim
Boon is a senior staff obstetrician and gynaecologist at Canberra Health Services. He is the Clinical Director of the Division of Women, Youth and Children and is currently acting Executive Director for the Division. His special interest areas include maternal fetal medicine, preterm birth prevention and high risk pregnancies. A graduate from Malaysia, Boon did his O&G training in Scotland and held consultant and academic positions in Auckland, Aberdeen and Cambridge, UK before coming to Australia, initially to Hobart in 2011 and then to Canberra in 2015. Boon is on the Executive Committee of the Australian Preterm Birth Prevention Alliance, the National Steering Group of the Stillbirth Baby Bundle and is on the Council of RANZCOG.
Recordings will also be made available to all registrants.
Non member - $99.00
Full member - $69.30
Associate member - $69.30
Student member - $49.50
Graduate Member - $54.45
To register you will need to have a user profile with ACM. If you do not yet have one, you can create your profile via this link: https://www.midwives.org.au/user/register