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Obstetrical Webinar Series to Improve Mother & Child Care through the sharing of Clinical Knowledge, Experience and Meaningful Innovations

In this thought-provoking webinar series, a panel of Clinical Experts including Professor Temmerman, Dr Manyonga, Dr Mandondo, Dr Margreet Wibblelink and Sr Anna Duarte,  will present important clinical presentations and discussions to Improve Mother and Child Outcomes and access to quality healthcare within the African continent. The is a fantastic opportunity to engage and learn from the Senior Key Opinion Leaders from Public and Private Health Systems. Embrace this exciting opportunity as a call to action to gain insights and improve your clinical knowledge, whilst earning CPD accreditation.

 

We are excited to share with you our 2022 Obstetrical MedTalks Series to Drive Clinical Excellence within Maternal and Child Health. The series focusses both on the Acute and Primary Continuum of Maternal & Child Health Care, with  Key Opinion Leaders sharing valuable Clinical Knowledge and Experience

 

Proposed Agenda and Speakers

Date & Time

Agenda

Wednesday 17th August 2022
19h00-20h30 (SA Time GMT+2)

Topic: Fetal Monitoring; The Key Essentials to Improve Fetal and Maternal Outcomes

Speaker: Dr. Margeet Wibbelink

Wednesday 24th August 2022
19h00-20h30 (SA Time GMT+2)

Topic: Fetal Monitoring & Clinical Decision Support with the Non-Stress Test

Speakers: Dr Howard Manyonga

Wednesday 31st August  2022
19h00-20h30 (SA Time GMT+2)

Topic: Digitalisation of Hospital Obstetrical Records; The Benefits/Values thereof

Speakers: Dr Mandondo and Sr Anna Duarte

Wednesday
7th September 2022
19h00-20h30 (SA Time GMT+2)

Topic: Impact of digital health solutions on Primary and Maternal Care focusing on ANC services

Speakers: Prof. Temmerman

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Dr Margreet Wibbelink
Midwife Specialist Sister Lilian Centre (Pty), Sensitive Midwifery

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Dr Howard P Manyonga
Founder of Network One Health (Pty) Ltd

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Sr Anna Maria Duarte
Clinical Quality Specialist Obstetrics

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Dr. Sibongile Mandondo
District Clinical Specialist – obstetrics & Gynaecology

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Prof. Marleen Temmerman
Director, Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health, Aga Khan University East Africa

General description  

 

In this webinar series, our panel of Clinical Experts, will present insightful, educational and important presentations and discussions focusing on Fetal and Maternal Monitoring, with the objective to improve your clinical knowledge within both Public and Private, Hospital and Community Obstetrical Care.

 

In the first webinar, Dr Margreet Wibbelink will discuss the essential topic of fetal monitoring, including the key aspects of fetal monitoring and best practice, laying the foundation of key clinical knowledge to empower Clinicians to provide thorough fetal monitoring and enable a moving birth experience for mom, for baby and for you

 

The second webinar presented by Dr Howard Manyonga, we will explore the clinical advantages of CTG trace analysis through the Non-Stress Test, to promote and support advanced fetal monitoring, using real case studies. Providing you with key clinical information to enable improved clinical decisions and clinical outcomes.

 

Dr Mandondo and Sr Anna Duarte, in the third webinar, will discuss the digitalization of Hospital obstetrical records and how this transformation can deliver full access to the comprehensive range of clinical data, across the continuum of obstetric car from Prenatal, Antenatal, Intrapartum, Post-partum and Newborn Care. Including an overview of a Perinatal Information System, the clinical, operational and medico-legal benefits thereof, both from a public and Private Healthcare Perspective.

 

For our final webinar, Professor Marleen Temmerman will present The Impact of Digital Health Solutions on Primary and Maternal Care focusing on ANC services, based on an impactful pilot study currently being deployed in rural Kenyan Communities.

 

 

 

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Target Audience​

  • Obstetricians
  • Midwives
  • Advanced Midwives
  • Community Midwives
  • Private Midwives
  • Registered Nurses
  • Student Nurses
  • Student Doctors
  • Clinical Engineers
  • Researchers relating to Obs/Gynae
  • University lecturers/scholars 
  • General Practioners
  • NGOs – UNFPA, AMEF etc

Discover meaningful information for exceptional obstetrical care.

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