• Objectives

    • • Gain an understanding of the most current information, innovations and research related to women’s and infants’ health
    • • Provide an opportunity to network with interdisciplinary colleagues that provide care to women, infants’ and their families
    • • Provide healthcare workers an opportunity for professional growth and development
    • • Discuss patient care management strategies to support quality care in your healthcare setting
    • • Test your clinical acumen and work collaboratively, step-by-step, to review case scenarios
    • • To explore and learn about current products, supplies and equipment in the market

    Hands

  • Directions

    directions

    Royal Botanical Gardens: 680 Plains Road West, Burlington Ontario. Click here for detailed written driving directions.

Save The Date for Day In Perinatology
April 27th 2016

Registration Open January 2016

Days
Hours
Minutes
  • Dr. Vanessa Parlette All Speakers

    Vanessa Parlette PhD Project Manager Public Health Services, City of Hamilton

  • Kristina Niedra All Speakers

    Project Manager, BFI Strategy for Ontario & MCIT Program Toronto East General Hospital Kristina Niedra is a Project Manager at Toronto East General Hospital where she has coordinated various hospital-wide initiatives over the last five years. Kristina has a MA in Public Policy and Administration and a keen interest in system-level project ...

  • Helen McDonald All Speakers

    Helen McDonald MHSc, RM Head of Midwifery, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton Associate Professor, Midwifery Education McMaster University

  • Cindy MacDonald All Speakers

    Cindy MacDonald MScN, RN Maternal Child Director Halton Healthcare Services Cindy has been practicing nursing for 30 years with experience as a front line nurse, Clinical Nurse Specialist, researcher, educator and Administrator. Cindy is currently Director of the Maternal/Child Program, Medical/Surgical Clinics, and Cardio-Respiratory and ...

  • Heather Gallagher All Speakers

    Heather Gallagher MHS, RN Clinical Manager Women & Babies Niagara Health System

  • Laura Doull All Speakers

    Laura Doull, registered nurse, is a perinatal clinical nurse specialist. She is currently a faculty instructor for the SOGC ALARM course, a Neonatal Resuscitation Program instructor for McMaster Children’s Hospital Simulation and Outreach, and for the Pregnancy and Infant Loss (or PAIL) Network, Laura is a faculty member for their ...

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