Burnet Institute will be well represented by members of the Global Women’s and Newborn’s Health (GWNH) Group at the XXIV Annual Congress of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ), to be held virtually from 29-31 March.
In all, 12 GWNH Group staff and students will present at the Congress, including Co-Heads, Professor Caroline Homer AO, and Associate Professor Josh Vogel, whose four presentations include – Evaluating the New WHO Labour Care Guide in Clinical Settings: Findings from a Mixed-Methods Study in 6 Countries.
Professor Homer’s presentation will lead the Plenary Session – Beyond 2020; Every Year is Important for Nursing and Midwifery – on Tuesday 30 March.
The theme for the Congress is Bridging Gaps in Perinatal Care.
PSANZ is a unique multidisciplinary society of Australia and New Zealand dedicated to improving health and long-term outcomes for mothers and babies.
It aims to do this by bringing together all disciplines involved in perinatal care and to encourage and promote research that focuses on pregnancy, birth and the newborn period and the implications for future health.
The Society also has a key role in advocacy, policy and promoting high quality, safe and innovative practice.
Find out more about the PSANZ Congress.