Presentations from 'Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee annual conference: Timing is everything'

3 Jul 2017 | Perinatal & Maternal Mortality Review Committee

 

Presentations from 'Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee annual conference: Timing is everything' held on 13 June 2017

Speaker(s)
Presentation
 
Dr Lynn Sadler Epidemiologist, Auckland DHB

11th annual report of the PMMRC: Reporting mortality and morbidity 2015

 

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Dr Matire Harwood Director, Te Kupenga Hauora Māori/Faculty of Medical and Health sciences, University of Auckland; GP, Papakura Marae Health Clinic Reflections on the Māori chapter Eleventh PMMRC Annual Report  PP2
Dr Lynn Sadler Audit of contributory factors and potentially avoidable perinatal related deaths  PP3
Dr Donna Cormack Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, University of Auckland; Eru Pomare Māori Health Research Centre, University of Otago Racism and health impacts for mothers and babies  PP4
Holly Casey Lead Maternity Carer Midwife in Gisborne/Tairāwhiti and Vesna Radonich Maternity consumer leader, Hauora Tairāwhiti Accessing Maternity Care in Tairawhiti  PP5
Dr Michelle Wise Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Auckland DHB Post-dates induction of labour  PP6
Gail McIver Midwife Manager, Birthing and Assessment Unit, Middlemore Hospital, Suzanne Miller LMC Midwife and Dr Michelle Wise Inducing at 41 weeks a managers challenge  PP7
Debbie Davies Perinatal Loss Midwife Specialist, Counties Manukau DHB and Linda Penlington Consumer representative, PMMRC The Role of a Perinatal Loss Midwife: A Thumbnail Sketch

Linda Penlington consumer story
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Dr Sarah Wadsworth Obstetrician, Counties Manukau DHB and Dr Matthew Drake Specialist Anaesthetist/Supervisor of Training, National Women's Health Effective Resuscitation in Amniotic Fluid Embolus  PP9
Dr Rose Elder Obstetrician, Capital & Coast DHB Capital & Coast DHB Neonatal Encephalopathy Review  PP10

Last updated 22/08/2017