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2022 National Safer Baby Bundle Virtual Forum

22nd July, 2022

A free online event bringing together health professionals, researchers, policymakers, and advocates for stillbirth prevention.

Conference Information

Time: 12.00pm - 4.30pm

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-national-safer-baby-bundle-virtual-forum-tickets-337585075047


Session 1: National SBB Rollout - Making Progress (2.5 hrs)

An opportunity to hear from experts on best practices around the implementation of the five elements of the Safer Baby Bundle, with a spotlight on smoking cessation, decreased fetal movements, and optimising timing of birth. This session aims to share learnings and experiences with the rollout of the Safer Baby Bundle (SBB) initiative nationally. It will include presentations and group discussions.

Session 2: Fetal Growth Restriction Workshop (1.5 hrs)

This session includes the delivery of the updated FGR workshop. This is an education program for clinicians to improve antenatal detection and management of FGR. The workshop will be delivered by Dr Glenn Gardener and Ms Tionie Newth.