This conference will provide midwives and clinicians with the theory, knowledge and skills in supporting families when a baby dies.
Date: Saturday 30 October 2010
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Venue: Conference room, level 1, Mater Medical Centre, 293 Vulture Street, South Brisbane
Morning and afternoon tea and lunch provided.
Trade displays will be on show during the day.
Midwives, nurses and other health professionals
Please note: RCNA CPE points to be advised.
Dr Judith Murray, Lecturer, The University of Queensland—Keynote address
Mr Alan Richardson, Clinical psychologist/lecturer—Grieving Men and the Couple’s Journey
Ms Liz Crowe, Social Worker—Children’s Grief
Dr Lucy Cooke, Neonatologist—Perinatal Mortality in Queensland
Ms Trish Wilson, Midwife/Counsellor—The Grief of the Carers
• Keynote address
• Guest speakers
• Workshops—you will be able to attend three out of four workshops.
––Precious memories: mementoes and photographs to support memory creation
––But why did the baby die? Trying to find answers to difficult questions. Clinical investigations and perinatal death.
––Death, dying and bereavement support for different cultures
––Dealing with difficult situations: traumatic grief, end of life care and what to say to grieving parents.
Please contact Sally De La Cruz on 07 3163 5146 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration details.
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