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Maternal Birth Summit

  • Spotlight On 1
  • Saturday 16th October 2021
  • 05:30 - 08:15 CEST
  • Live Room 1
  • In-Person and online attendees
  • ICS Members OnlyRestricted Video

“Prevention is Better Than Cure ! - Optimising Pregnancy Care and Delivery for Better Pelvic Floor Health”

The virtual ICS Melbourne 2021 Global Summit “ Prevention is better than cure” presents a range of mini-lectures by international experts related to the prevention and management of maternal childbirth pelvic trauma.

We hope that this begins a process, with feedback from delegates, that leads to a consensus agreed upon by societies such as ICS, FIGO and IUGA, and in Australia, RANZCOG, UGSA, the Australian College of Midwifery and the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

5 Introduction Anna Rosamilia (Assoc Prof, Monash Health, Co-scientific chair ICS) Australia
20 Anatomy and Biomechanics of Childbirth John DeLancey (Prof Urology University of Michigan Medical School and Director of Pelvic Floor Research in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology) United States
20 Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Pregnancy and Childbirth; UR choice Maria Gyhagen (University of Gothenburg, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology) Sweden
20 Prevention of OASI (Including the OASI Care Bundle) Ranee Thakar (Past president of IUGA, current vice president of RCOG) UK
20 The Challenges of Prevention and Management of Obstetric Fistula in under Resourced Settings Andrew Browning (Chair of Fistula Committee, FIGO) Australia
20 ‘Conservative’ Approaches to Prevention and Management of UI in Pregnancy and After Birth Jean Hay-Smith (Professor and Academic Lead Physiotherapist) New Zealand
20 The Midwife’s Role - Preventing Perineal Trauma and Caring for Women Post Trauma Christine East (Professor of Nursing and Midwifery) Australia
20 The Role and Mission of the Birth Trauma Association Amy Dawes (Cofounder & CEO Australasian Birth Trauma Association) Australia
20 'Consent' for Delivery - What Does it Really Mean? Jenny King (Chair IUGA Education Committee, Past president Urogynaecological Society of Australia) Australia

This session will be followed by an ICS Live Lounge at 10:00 BST

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