Obstetric Emergencies

Recognising the need for rural and remote GP obstetricians and midwives to work as a team, the Obstetrics workshops teaches participants how to effectively manage obstetric cases and emergencies, and allow appropriate decisions to be made.

Eligibility: GP obstetricians, medical practitioners and midwives. Priority is given to those working in the local region.

2018 dates and locations

9 MarchAlbany - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
11 MayNarrogin
13 JulyKununurra
26 OctoberEsperance

Neonatal Emergency Care

The Neonatal Emergency Care workshops consists of combined training for GP obstetricians, medical practitioners and midwives.

The workshops provide obstetric teams with the necessary skills to effectively manage problems which may occur during neonatal delivery and post-natal care. Covering neonatal resuscitation, ventilation, chest compression, endotracheal intubation and medications, the workshops also consider ethical questions and how lessons learnt can be implemented to improve care in local setting. Information and teaching is delivered via seminars, case studies, practical hands-on sessions and also mega code scenarios involving the entire resuscitation team.

Eligibility: GP obstetricians, medical practitioners and midwives. Priority is given to those working in the local region.

2018 dates and locations

8 - 9 MarchGeraldton - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
31 Oct  - 1 NovBunbury

Workshops cancellation/refund policy

Cancellations received four weeks prior to the workshop will receive a full refund of workshop fee. Cancellations received fourteen (14) days prior will receive a 50 per cent refund. Refunds for cancellations received with less than fourteen (14) days notice will be considered on an individual case basis.

All cancellation notifications in relation to workshop places should be made in writing to the Continuing Professional Development Coordinator.‚Äč