Chaired by Professor Sue Walker AO, the Women’s and Newborn Health committee includes clinical and research expertise in key specialist areas such as preeclampsia, endometriosis, cancer, fetal medicine, newborn health, fertility and menopause.
The network aims to address key areas, including:
- Enabling opportunities for collaboration across the network
- Supporting research, and translation of research into practice, of topics affecting women and infants, issues that broadly affect the community but need to be viewed differently when patients are women, and research that utilises a gender lens more effectively
- Identifying and disseminating relevant funding opportunities
‘Find and Follow’: scoping the data capture, reporting and follow-up of (i) pregnancies complicated by congenital abnormalities, (ii) health and development among ‘high risk’ newborns.Read more of the ‘Find and Follow’: scoping the data capture, reporting and follow-up of (i) pregnancies complicated by congenital abnormalities, (ii) health and development among ‘high risk’ newborns.
Be Sweet to BabiesRead more of the Be Sweet to Babies
CoMaNDRead more of the CoMaND
In my Prime: Promoting positive images of older womenRead more of the In my Prime: Promoting positive images of older women
Late Gestation AbortionRead more of the Late Gestation Abortion
The Lancet, May 2020, Prof Susan Walker, Chair MACH Women’s and Newborn Health Committee
Implementation Science Resource DirectoryRead more of the Implementation Science Resource Directory