Acknowledging outstanding research at RANZCOG 2017 ASM

01 November 2017


Wednesday 1 November 2017

Each year at the RANZCOG ASM, the College acknowledges outstanding research that has been presented as a free communication, poster or oral presentation.

Organising Committee Chair Prof Wayne Gillett has been impressed with the quality of research presented at the ASM and, together with RANZCOG Vice-President Dr John Tait, will recognise researchers at the official closing ceremony.

Congratulations to all award recipients.

RANZCOG Early Career Research Award
First Prize: Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon
Surgical Buddy System – a New Option Post-Demise of the Apprenticeship Model? 

Joint Second Prize: Dr Prathima Chowdary 
Effect of Warm Humidified Insufflated Carbon Dioxide on Tissue Oxygenation Levels in Open Abdominal Surgery: Pilot Investigation 

Joint Second Prize: Dr Liam Dunn 
Effect of Labour on Maternal Placental Growth Factor Levels in Term, Normal Risk Pregnancies 

Best Static Poster
Dr Mandy Wang
Measuring Fetal Blood Lactate - Time to Trust a New Machine and a New Protocol

Aldo Vacca Award – Best Free Communication
Professor Cynthia Farquhar 
Reliability and Diagnostic Accuracy of Cardiotocography in Term Infants with and without Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy (HIE) 

Gerald Duff Research Prize 
Fergus Adams 
Route of Hysterectomy – Are we Offering Best Surgical Practice? 

Harvey Carey Memorial Prize 
Emily Liu 
Randomised Controlled Trial of Intrauterine Insemination with Ovarian Stimulation for Unexpected Infertility



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