Pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis

20 April 2020

Date:Thursday, 23 April, 9 pm (AEST) and Thursday, 30 April, 9 pm (AEST)

Location: Online (webinar)

Registration: For Thursday, 23 April, click here. For Thursday, 30 April, click here.

For the agenda and speakers, click here

The COVID-19 global pandemic has had a major impact on healthcare systems, including maternal health resources.

The aim of this webinar is to give information on the latest guidelines and best practice regarding:

1) Antenatal and intrapartum care
2) Protection of healthcare professionals during contact with the women in their care

The webinar will be broadcast live with the possibility to ask questions to the speakers in the final session. The session will be recorded and will be further accessible.

This event is organised by Ferring Medical Affairs in collaboration with world-renowned experts in maternal health.



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