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Seminar Series 2014 -Primary Care network UQCCR-current1

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Speaker:  Catherine Kilgour

RN, RM Master of Nursing, Grad Dip Nursing with Distinction, BNursing, Project Management and Planning Currently Enrolled full time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), School of Medicine, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 

Bio: Catherine Kilgour Catherine is a midwife, registered nurse and neonatal nurse. She has experience in Policy, Advisory and Project roles. Catherine was the Senior Project Officer establishing the Fetal Maternal Centre of Advanced Prenatal care at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. She is a member of the Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network and Maternal Fetal Medicine subcommittee. She was the research project officer for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) randomized control trial of two perinatal interventions – the Term PROM and Group B Strep study. Catherine was the Queensland Health e-Health Program Perinatal Subject Matter Expert before commencing her PhD at The University of Queensland 2011.

Topic: “Maternity care following birth; communication between primary and secondary health care settings for women who have a pregnancy complication by gestational diabetes.”

Date: Tuesday 21st October 2014
Time:5.30 – 6:30 pm (20-30 minute presentation followed by 30 minutes of questions and discussion).

Light Refreshments and networking from 5pm

Venue: Auditorium, UQ Centre for Clinical Research, Building 71/918,
Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Campus, Herston

RSVP: v.allen2@uq.edu.au

Light Refreshments will be provided

 

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Jeanette Tyler: Metro North Maternity GP Alignment Program

Professor David McIntyre:  GDM (Gestational Diabetes Mellitus)”

Professor Leonie Callaway: “Obesity and hypertension in pregnancy does it matter after delivery”

Leith Moxon-Lester: Prenatal folate supplementation – Is it all a bit hit and miss?

A/Professor Vicki Flenady:  Risk factors for stillbirth

A/Professor Jayne Lucke: JayneLuckePrimaryCare27Nov2013

Prof Greg Rice: Partnership Project 2013

Prof David Elwood: Advances in Evidence-Based Antenatal Care