27m
Julie Lee
17 May 2018

Postpartum Haemorrhage

There are many famous women throughout history that all have one thing in common... dying during childbirth. A look back at history reveals that childbirth is still one of the most dangerous activities a woman can undertake in her lifetime. Postpartum haemorrhage is accountable for a surprisingly large number of deaths still today. How many? Join Dr Julie Lee for this interprofessional perspective on PPH and what the future holds...

Educator

Julie Lee

Educator

Dr Julie Lee (AAGM, BPharm, MBBS, FANZCA) is a staff specialist anaesthetist at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) and senior lecturer at The University of Queensland. Her special research interests include regional anaesthesia, airway management, and obstetric anaesthesia. She is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Philosophy on Rotational Thromboelastometry (ROTEM®) in obstetrics and has facilitated workshops and published on this topic. She is also a working party member of the Queensland Clinical Guidelines for Primary Postpartum Haemorrhage. In 2016, she was awarded the National Blood Authority Early Career Research Grant and was awarded the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) Kevin McCaul Prize for the best paper on obstetric anaesthesia in 2017.

Comments

15 Aug 2018
Good presentation with clearly written slides to reflect spoken word.
14 Aug 2018
Quick review of statistics and treatment of PPH
10 Aug 2018
Very interesting presentation.
09 Aug 2018
great presenter, interesting and informative
29 Jul 2018
Very well presented and relevant
28 Jul 2018
Succinct presentation with useful information
28 Jul 2018
Good

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