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Presented by Chris Wildey, RN & Midwife with NSWA Chris' presentation will cover bleeding disor...

  • 95 minutes

Presented by Jane Whitten Jane is a RN, qualified Midwife and holds a Grad Dip in Aviation Nursin...

  • 100 minutes

Presented by Bree Bulle Bio: Midwife, RN, CCRN, Grad Dip Health Education, Master of Education Br...

  • 60 minutes

Presented by Belinda Flanagan Paramedics assess, treat and transport labouring women yet very littl...

  • 40 minutes

Presented by Christopher Wildey A 25-year-old woman who is 30 weeks pregnant presents to...

  • 32 minutes

Presented by Belinda Flanagan The third stage of labour is defined as the moment the baby is born...

  • 34 minutes
Obstetric Emergencies
  • Released: 21-06-2019
  • Stuart Hill

Obstetric Emergencies presented by Stuart Hill, MICA Flight Paramedic...

  • 60 minutes
It's.... a baby!
  • Released: 02-10-2019
  • Dr Simone Huntingford

Dr Simone Huntingford presents It's.. a baby! with a focus on neonatal resuscitation.

  • 29 minutes
Obstetric and Newborn Emergencies
  • Released: 14-10-2018
  • Dr Sarah Cash and Dr Amy Keir

This presentation by Dr Sarah Cash and Dr Amy Keir is an interactive and practical session discussing all about Obstetric care and newborn emergencies.

  • 43 minutes
PAIC 2018: Management of post-partum haemorrhage
  • Released: 22-09-2018
  • Jonathan Moores

Welcome to PAIC 2018: Management of post-partum haemorrhage

  • 20 minutes