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Annual Clinical Report Day presentations

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ACR Presentations

2022 Presentations

Session 1: Mātai Āhuatanga Wahine Gynaecology

Oncology Highlights 2021- Dr Lois Eva 

General Gynaecology Surgery - Prof Cindy Farquhar 

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss - Dr Elizabeth Glanville

Cervical self-screening - Dr Karen Bartholomew 

Session 2: Hapūtanga Maternity

Maternity Highlights 2021 - Dr Jenny McDougall

Te Manawa O Hine: Equity of Outcomes for Māori women  - Deb Pittam

When is Baby too small? - Dr Audrey Long

Postnatal contraception survey findings - Dr Helen Roberts

Session 3: Ratonga Piripoho Neonatal paediatrics

Neonatal Highlights 2021 - Dr Mariam Buksh

Feeding the moderate-late preterm baby: DIAMOND Trial - Dr Tanith Alexander

Latte Dosage Trial - Liz Oliphant 

Session 4: Findings from local research

Hypoglycaemia screening and prevention - Dr Jane Alsweiler 

Findings of the OBLIGE trial - Dr Michelle Wise 

Findings from the PICS Project - Dr Helen Winrow

Cost of maternity care in NZ - Dr Karyn Anderson

Accuracy of ultrasound scanning at estimating neonatal weight - Dr Noor Ridha

Women's perceptions of fetal movements - Dr Robin Cronin & Dr Billie Bradford

2021 Presentations

ACR presentations 2021

Session 1: Mātai Āhuatanga Wahine Gynaecology

Session 2: Hapūtanga Maternity

Session 3: Ratonga Piripoho Neonatal paediatrics

Session 4a: Ratonga Piripoho Neonatal paediatrics

Session 4b: Induction and labour practice

2020 Presentations

ACR Presentations 2020

These session were recorded on Zoom. Click the links below for the video recordings and presentation slides.

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

2019 Presentations

ACR Presentations 2019

2019 Annual Clinical Report Day programme.

Session 1: Maternity

Session 2: Neonatal

Session 3: Gynaecology

Completed Research at ADHB

Session 4: Neonatal Session

Current research at ADHB

2018 Presentations

ACR presentations 2018

Session 1: Birth at 23 Weeks

Session 2: iGen, post-millenials and Women’s Health: Issues and how we are addressing them

Session 3: Neonatology

Session 4: Quality Improvement