International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference

When: 17th June 2019
Venue: The Grange Hotel, Grange over Sands, Cumbria
Cost: £135 single day/ £400 full conference

Normal Labour and Birth: 14th Research Conference

Monday 17th – Wednesday 19th June 2019, Grange Over Sands

AIMS volunteer Jo Dagustun will be speaking as well as:

  • Professor Jane Sandall, Kings College, London: results and implications of the POPPIE study, that is currently developing, implementing and testing a new model of continuity of care for women at risk of preterm birth
  • Dr Lilian Peters, epidemiologist, VU Medical Center Amsterdam, the Midwifery Academy Amsterdam Groningen and visiting postdoctoral fellow at Western Sydney University: results of a longitudinal Big Data study on nearly half a million healthy Australian mothers and babies, examining physiological birth and protection from long term childhood illness, and associations between such long term outcomes and birth interventions
  • Professor Marleen Temmerman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Director Women’s Health, Faculty of Heath Sciences, Aga Khan university, East Africa: the content and implications of the forthcoming Lancet Optimising Cesarean Section Series
  • Professor Mary Steen, University of South Australia: working with fathers and families through collaboration with the Family Included network
  • Kati Edwards, poet: new poetry especially created for the conference.

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