Maternity moments webinar series – Preconception
On-demand recorded 16 Feb 2023
Dr Wendy Burton (Chair, RACGP Specific Interests Antenatal and Postnatal Care) has created this short, sharp educational webinar series with the busy GP in mind. Participants will be following the consult journey of:
- First visit/ referral
- First trimester
- Second trimester
- Third trimester
Each webinar will allow GPs to review the latest information for antenatal and post-natal care and general tips about these key appointments including:
- Patient education
- Screenings and management
- Supporting social, cultural, and psychological needs
- Common referrals and
- Suggested resources for both patients and doctors to support the complex journey of pregnancy and birth
This webinar series has been made to encourage all GPs to feel more confident about managing preconception, pregnancy and postpartum conversations, and is not just for shared-care providers.
- Outline preconception, pregnancy, or postpartum care as a GP
- Identify tools and resources to support women and families during preconception, pregnancy, or postpartum care.
This event is part of Maternity Moments webinar series. Events in this series are:
Dr Wendy Burton
Chair, RACGP Specific Interests Antenatal and Postnatal Care
Dr Wendy Burton, MBBS, FRACGP (Hon), has a passion for the care of mums and bubs but is a true generalist, with a practice that provides multigenerational preconception to post-cremation care.
In addition to being the Chair of the RACGP Specific Interests Antenatal and Postnatal Care since 2015, she has worked with Mater Mother's Hospital (Brisbane) on their GP education, communication and relationship building program (the Alignment) since 2005 and was a member of the (Queensland) Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network Steering Committee from 2010-2021. Wendy has worked with the Divisions of General Practice, Medicare Locals and Primary Health Networks (PHN) as Maternity Lead and is currently working in a Perinatal Mental Health role for the Brisbane South PHN.
Associate Professor - School of Public Health,University of Technology - Sydney
Dr Amie Steel is an Associate Professor at the School of Public Health in the Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney, and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. Amie has attracted ~$4.4M in research funding in the last 4 years and holds editorial appointments for leading scientific journals. She has authored more than 200 peer-reviewed research publications and over 30 book chapters as well as edited three special journal issues and three research books. She is on the executive committee for the Public Health Association of Australia’s Queensland Branch and is co-convenor of the PHAA Women’s Health Special Interest Group. She is also a member of the leadership of the Health in Preconception, Pregnancy and Postnatal Early-Mid Career Researcher Global Collaborative. She has played an instrumental in reports prepared for the World Health Organisation examining the use of diverse health services in the Western Pacific region.