Closing Keynote Presentation

GOLD Obstetrics is pleased to offer this free Keynote Presentation which offers valuable education from a leader in the Obstetrics field. Listen live and experience our interactive platform that allows delegates to get to know one another and pose questions to the keynote speaker or listen to the recording at your convenience. Invite your friends and colleagues and listen together! It's a great way to generate discussion, new ideas or perspectives and reinvigorate passion and inspiration. Interested in seeing more? There's still plenty of time to register for the conference and benefit from the incredible education provided in our recorded sessions.

We're excited to have Kirsten Small, PhD FRANZCOG as our 2020 Closing Keynote Speaker. Kirsten's presentation "Why is it so Hard to Align Clinical Practice with the Evidence About Cardiotocography Monitoring? " is the perfect way to close the live days of our Obstetrics Conference on November 23. We invite you to join us at either of our two live sessions or access the public recording of this talk until December 31. Simply reserve your seat to receive exclusive access. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided.

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Nov 23, 2020 22:00 UTC

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Kirsten Small, PhD FRANZCOG
Biography:

Kirsten is an Australian specialist obstetrician gynaecologist, with years of experience in both the public and private sectors. She is a member of the Griffith University Midwifery teaching team, focussing on anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and evidence-based practice. Kirsten has recently completed a PhD, focussing on the social effects of central fetal monitoring on the work of maternity clinicians. She is a member of the Transforming Maternity Care Collaborative and has ongoing research interests in fetal monitoring, supporting physiological labour and birth, inter-professional power in maternity care, and the social organisation of healthcare systems.

Abstract: Why is it so Hard to Align Clinical Practice with the Evidence About Cardiotocography Monitoring?

Quality research evidence demonstrates that intrapartum Cardiotocography monitoring in either low or high-risk populations fails to improve perinatal outcomes but drives harm by increasing the surgical birth rate. This evidence is not new, and obstetrics claims to be an evidence-based profession, yet there has been little interest or success in reducing the use of intrapartum CTG monitoring. This presentation draws on doctoral research which makes visible why it is so hard to align practice with evidence and challenges clinicians and leaders in our profession to rethink intrapartum fetal heart rate monitoring.

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*Only registered Delegates for the full conference will be awarded educational credit for this presentation and need to view the live presentation/recording through the Delegates Dashboard.

*A Certificate of Attendance will be provided.

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