Double Trouble: When Maternity meets Critical Care

Do you want to know more about illness in pregnancy?

Do you want more confidence when caring for maternity patients?

Attend this workshop to find out more on:
• The physiology of pregnancy and clinical deterioration
• Obstetric conditions e.g. preeclampsia
• Ventilation in pregnancy
• Cardiac disease in pregnancy

Date: Monday 14th October 2019, 9.00am-4.00pm
Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Level 2, Meeting Room 212, (use staircase 2)

Who should attend:
Intensive care nurses and doctors, cardiac nurses, emergency nurses, anaesthesia nurses, paramedics, medical staff and any health professional interested in learning about critical illness in maternity patients.

The lead presenter: Dr Wendy Pollock is a critical care nurse and midwife who undertook her PhD on critically ill pregnant and postpartum women. She has extensive clinical, education and research experience on illness in pregnancy.

Day registration includes summary notes, welcome tea/coffee, morning tea and lunch, and an attendance certificate.

Early bird registration (before 1st August 2019) $210
Registration (from 1st August 2019 onwards) $260

Register early – numbers are limited: