Conferences & seminars
A range of conferences and seminars on women's health are run by the Women's throughout the year.
The Women's believes it has a responsibility, as a specialist hospital, to provide information and education on women's health to health professionals across Victoria to help support the state's health system. To that end, we organise and convene a range of conferences, seminars and symposia for health professionals.
Care of the deteriorating patient
The 'Care of the deteriorating patient' professional development day is open to all nurses and midwives who wish to extend their theoretical and practical knowledge of topics related to the unwell woman.Learn more
Perineal repair following birth
These professional development days will provide the necessary theory and basic suturing knowledge about perineal repair. Held in February, May, August and November.Learn more
Second Australian Fetal Cardiology Conference
To be held on Thursday 28, Friday 29 & Saturday 30 March 2019 at Bio21, Flemington Road, ParkvilleLearn more
Reproductive Loss Twilight Education Session
These sessions are an opportunity for all staff to expand existing knowledge on current trends, communication and procedures relating to reproductive lossLearn more
Neonatal Advanced Practice
Next courses to be held on Friday 21 June 2019 and Wednesday 13 November 2019Learn more
Cool Topics in Neonatology 2018
Cool Topics in Neonatology 2018: developments in perinatal and neonatal researchLearn more
Fetal Surveillance Education Program
This is is RANZCOG's core education full day program. It provides a solid foundation of information for all clinicians involved in antenatal and intrapartum care.Learn more
GP continuing professional development
Seminars and other training for GPs and Health ProfessionalsLearn more
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