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Midwives, join us for the Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference

Midwives, join us for the Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference

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Would you like to reinvigorate your midwifery practice and accrue up to 15 of your continuing professional development hours?

Register today for the 2019 Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference (12-13 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre).

You will hear presentations from leading nurses and midwives, and have an opportunity to network with your colleagues from around the country.

This year we have several midwifery keynotes and a dedicated midwifery concurrent stream.

To tailor a personalised midwifery program, here are suggested concurrent sessions:

Thursday 12 September

  • 1A Midwifery: What is required to strengthen the system for maternity care and change the way we think and feel
    Bree Bulle, Director, Regional Maternal and Perinatal Mortality and Morbidity Committees, The Women’s
  • 2A Midwifery: What factors contribute to midwives work satisfaction and do years post registration make a difference?
    Rebecca Hyde, The Women’s & La Trobe University ‘EXPert Study’
  • 3A Midwifery: Sharing midwifery knowledge in a rural setting
    Denise Lawlor, Clinical Educator Midwifery, Bass Coast Health and Sue Crosby, Midwifery Clinical Educator, West Gippsland Healthcare Group

Friday 13 September

  • 4A Midwifery: Transforming grief and self care for midwives
    Stacey O’Brien, Midwifery Educator/Facilitator, A Kiss From an Angel
  • 5A Midwifery: A regional approach to PROMPT maternity emergency implementation
    Kylie Osborne, Regional Midwife, Safer Care Victoria
  • 6A Midwifery: What are the barriers to implementing psychosocial assessment in the private midwifery sector
    Tanya Connell, RN, PhD candidate, University of Sydney