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Neonatal Resuscitation In-Hospital Training

All Core trainees must complete in-hospital neonatal resuscitation training which should be signed off by the Training Supervisor on the relevant page in the Training logbook. There is no formal neonatal resuscitation (NR) training module or workshop.

 

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Restrictions to Prescribing of certain substance under Regulation 70

The Department of Health and Human Services of Tasmania Government has announced the Restrictions to Prescribing of certain substance under Regulation 70 of the Tasmania Poison Regulation 2008.
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Reviewed Queensland Clinical Guidelines

Statewide clinical guidelines have been updated in Queensland.
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Welcome new RANZCOG CEO

The College warmly welcomes Ms Alana Killen as the new Chief Executive Officer of RANZCOG. Alana comes to the College after six years at the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine, including four...
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RANZCOG Media Award of Excellence 2015

Nominations for the RANZCOG Media Award of Excellence are now open to a reporter/journalist/freelancer representing a print, radio, television or internet media outlet in Australia or New Zealand to a...
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Saving mothers and babies is the number one priority

A review of perinatal and maternal mortality released today in Wellington, New Zealand, shows that whilst there was a reduction in stillbirths in New Zealand between 2007 and 2013, more can be done to...
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