Birthing presentation to restart seminar series
26 Jun 2020
A USC midwifery expert will deliver the first presentation of the Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI) Seminar Series since the series was interrupted in March by COVID-19 lockdowns.
Senior Lecturer in Nursing and Midwifery Dr Lauren Kearney will discuss ‘The outcomes of birthing in rural generalist supported units in Queensland’ at the seminar, which is open to health professionals, researchers, teachers and students, from 12-1pm on Thursday 2 July.
Dr Kearney is USC’s program coordinator for the Master of Nursing (Clinical Leadership). She is a registered midwife and nurse with a background in paediatrics, maternal and child health nursing and midwifery.
She is passionate about improving the experience of healthcare for women and children though the translation of high-quality evidence into practice.
To register for this event at the SCHI Auditorium at Birtinya, visit: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sunshine-coast-health-institute-seminar-series-tickets-107623151744
The monthly seminar series aims to promote, support and profile research that is being undertaken by members of the SCHI partnership, which includes USC, the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, TAFE Queensland and Griffith University.
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