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BREAKFAST MASTERCLASSES
7.30-8.15

  • a. Damage Control Techniques for Massive Pelvic Haemorrhage (repeated)
    Mike Stitely
  • b. Fear, Facts, Friends and FOAM: An Introduction to Social Media
    Penny Wilson
    Sponsored by Fenton Green Medical
  • c. Non Invasive Prenatal Testing: A Masterclass
    Graeme Suthers
    Sponsored by Sonic Healthcare 
  • d. Impact of the Maternal and Infant Microbial Environment on Early Allergic Disease
    Julian Crane
    Sponsored by Evolution Health 
  • e. The Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the Management of Obstetric Surgery
    Chris Georgiou
    Sponsored by Smith and Nephew

 

PLENARY: THE CHALLENGES OF AIMING HIGH
08.30-10.00

  • Climbing Mountains in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    Shane Duffy
  • Making Sense and Moving Forward
    Rationalising New Technologies, Surgical Techniques and Research
    Douglas Tincello
  • Q & A with Keynote Speakers
MORNING TEA, EXHIBITION AND POSTERS
10-10.30

Presentations
10.30-12.30

CONCURRENT SESSION – UROGYNAECOLOGY AND MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY

  • a. Top Ten Tips and Tricks for Laparoscopic and Vaginal Surgery
  • Top Tips for Laparoscopic Surgery
    Anna-Marie Van der Merwe 
  • Top Tips for Vaginal Surgery
    Lynsey Hayward
  • b. It’s Easier to Teach a Trainee a Vaginal Hysterectomy than a Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – For
    Douglas Tincello
  • c. It’s Easier to Teach a Trainee a Vaginal Hysterectomy than a Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – Against
    Michael Wynn-Williams
  • d. Upskilling Consultants in Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
    Simon Edmonds

CONCURRENT SESSION – IMPROVING QUALITY IN OBSTETRICS

  • a. Highlights from the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review
    Sue Belgrave, Lynn Sadler
  • b. Challenges to Improving Quality and Safety in Maternity Services
    Sue Fleming
  • c. Taking a Helicopter View – Where are we Going with In-situ Training for Obstetric Emergencies in New Zealand ?
    Martin Sowter
  • d. Quality Improvement Issues for Indigenous Peoples of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
    Kara Okesene-Gafa, Kiarna Brown

CONCURRENT SESSION – GYNAECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE

  • a. Contraception for Adolescents
    Helen Paterson
  • b. Referral to Abortion Services – Improving Access and Reducing Delays
    Simon Snook
  • c. First Trimester Medical Abortion
    Alison Knowles
  • d. 1960’s Abortion Law: Unacceptable for 21st Century Women of New Zealand
    Jackie Edmond
LUNCH, EXHIBITION AND POSTERS
12.30-13.30

Presentations
13.30-15.00

CONCURRENT SESSION – REPRODUCTION AND INFERTILITY

  • a. When Should We Be Counselling Our Patients not to Conceive?
    Louise Hull
  • b. Age and Endometriosis
    Simon McDowell
  • c. Winding Back the (Biological) Clock
    John Peek

CONCURRENT SESSION – OBSTETRIC & MATERNAL & FETAL MEDICINE

  • a. Managing Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnancy
    Jo Black
  • b. Maternal and Infant Health Following L. rhamnosus (HN001) Supplementation during Pregnancy
    Julian Crane
  • c. Global Maternal Health
    Peter von Dadelszen

CONCURRENT SESSION – THE FUTURE

  • a. The Role of Technology in Women’s Health Care
    Shane Duffy
  • b. Looking Back, Looking Forward. How Training has Changed.
    Wayne Gillett, Supuni Kapurubandara
  • c. The Modern Gynaecologist
    Tal Jacobson
AFTERNOON TEA, EXHIBITION AND POSTERS
15.00-15.30

PLENARY
15.30-17.30

  • Natural Childbirth Ideology is Endangering Women and Babies
    For: Tim Dawson, Bronwen Pelvin
    Against: Deb Pittman, Nick Walker
  • Doris Gordon Lecture
    View from the Top Bench
    Dame Sian Elias