Implementing guidelines for the care of parents after perinatal loss – Hear Dr. Cecilia Mota talk about Mexican National Institute of Perinatology

Implementing guidelines for the care of parents after perinatal loss – Hear Dr. Cecilia Mota talk about Mexican National Institute of Perinatology

Come to ISA20019 to hear Dr. Cecilia Mota, psychologist and researcher, talk on the implementation of care guidelines for parents after perinatal loss in the Mexican National Institute of Perinatology. Dr. Mota has nine years of experience conducting research on perinatal bereavement and pregnancy with severe fetal anomalies and is currently working on the construction of a structural model to explain perinatal grief. You can read more about Dr. Mota

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Implementing Ireland’s National Perinatal Bereavement Standards – Hear Dr. Keelin O’Donoghue at ISA2019 Madrid

Implementing Ireland’s National Perinatal Bereavement Standards – Hear Dr. Keelin O’Donoghue at ISA2019 Madrid

Hear Dr. Keelin O´Donoghue, Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist and Senior Lecturer at Cork University Maternity Hospital and University College Cork talk about the development and implementation of Ireland’s National Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death Dr. O´Donoghue heads the multi-disciplinary pregnancy loss research group at CUMH. She has published >110 peer-reviewed original papers and >280 published conference proceedings. You can read more about Dr. O´Donoghue on the Speakers

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Perinatal mortality, are we making progress? Hear Dr. Hannah Blencowe at ISA2019 Madrid

Perinatal mortality, are we making progress? Hear Dr. Hannah Blencowe at ISA2019 Madrid

Hear Dr. Hannah Blencowe, assistant professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), talk on global and regional perinatal mortality; its current situation and future challenges. Dr. Blencowe is a renowned perinatal epidemiologist with a particular interest on improving national and global measurement and estimation of perinatal outcomes. She has published over 70 papers and has played a central role in various Lancet series and papers. You

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