Allegra Boccabella (PVOGS) speaks with Dr Nicole Gastaldin about termination of pregnancy
Allegra Boccabella (PVOGS) speaks with Liz Price (Children by Choice) https://www.childrenbychoice.org.au/factsandfigures/reproductivecoercion https://www.mariestopes.org.au/advocacy-policy/reproductive-coercion/
Senior fertility specialist, Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at UNSW and previous the Chair and Head of the Academic Unit for Reproductive and Developmental Medicine, Professor William Ledger discusses assisted conception with Michelle (PVOGS).
Maternal fetal medicine specialist, Prof Sue Walker joins Hannah Gordon (PVOGS) to discuss managing cardiac and other medical problems in pregnancy as well as providing an approach to managing medications in the antenatal and postnatal periods
How do we identify perinatal depression and psychosis? Perinatal psychiatrist, Prof Anne Buist talks to Hannah Gordon (PVOGS) about maternal and paternal mental health, and why antenatal depression is just as important as postnatal depression.
For women of child-bearing age presenting to the emergency department with abdominal pain, don’t forget about ectopic pregnancy! Hannah Gordon (PVOGS) talks to O&G registrar, Natasha Pritchard about identifying, diagnosing and managing ectopic pregnancies.
Preterm prelabour rupture of membranes (PPROM): how do we identify, assess and manage this condition? Hannah Gordon (PVOGS) talks to Obstetrics and Gynaecology registrar, Mairéad Butler to find out!
Dr. Kath Whitten (O&G Registrar) talks to Dr. Travis Bettison (JMO/PVOGS) about what it’s like to have kids and raise a young family while on the RANZCOG training program. Although the context is specifically O&G, the podcast will be applicable to most medical training programs.
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