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Alcohol in Pregnancy
Professor Elizabeth Elliott is a Distinguished Professor in Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Sydney and a Paediatrician at the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, Westmead where she is Head of the NSW Service for Assessment and Management of FASD; and Co-Director of the Centre for Care and Intervention for Children Affected by Drugs and Alcohol. Elizabeth led development of the first Australian Guide to the Diagnosis of FASD, the FASD Hub Australia, the FASD Australian Registry, and the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in FASD.

Alcohol in Breastfeeding
Marie Hobden from FARE. Marie is an Endorsed Midwife and an IBCLC. In her current role as Senior Health Promotion Advisor at FARE she is working on the ‘Every Moment Matters’ campaign with advocates and experts to share important messaging.

Safe eating in Pregnancy
Keira Glasgow is a communicable diseases epidemiologist and Director of NSW Health’s One Health Branch, which coordinates the strategic public response to diseases transmitted from environment sources (including food, animals and vectors) and public health emergency preparedness functions. She has been involved in several large public health investigations of diseases affecting pregnant women and their neonates, including as the national lead epidemiologist into the listeria outbreak linked to rockmelons in 2018.

Vaping Implications in Pregnancy, Cessation Strategies and Practical Support
Dr Marilyn Clarke is a proud Worimi woman and Australia’s first Aboriginal obstetrician & gynaecologist. She is based on the north coast of NSW and has over 20 years of clinical experience in her specialty. Her research interests include smoking cessation care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pregnant women, and culturally safe models of antenatal care for First Nations women.

Dr Justine Daly is a Program Manager at Hunter New England Population Health and a Conjoint Senior Lecturer at the University of Newcastle. With over 25 years experience as a Population Health researcher and practitioner, the primary focus of Dr Daly’s work has been working in partnership with clinical services to support the translation of evidence based preventive care into routine service delivery, with a particular focus on smoking cessation interventions.

Mel Ricketts is a health promotion officer at the Mid North Coast LHD in NSW. She’s the tobacco cessation coordinator.

Antidepressant Effect on the Newborn Infant
Dr Ju-lee Oei, senior neonatologist at the Royal Hospital for Women, Randwick, Conjoint Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Visiting Medical Officer in Addiction Medicine in Murrumbidgee Local Health District NSW. She is lead author of the 2023 Substance Use in Pregnancy and Parenting Guidelines for the NSW Ministry of Health and health lead of the 2022 Technical Report for the long-term care of children exposed to prenatal opioids for the United Nations Office of Drug Control.

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Prof Elizabeth Elliott - Marie Hobden - Keira Glasgow - Dr Marilyn Clarke - Dr Justine Daly - Melinda Ricketts - Dr Ju-lee Oei

Wednesday, 13 March 2024
Duration: 175 Minutes

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