How can health services adapt to the needs of Indigenous pregnant women with RHD? Qualitative study findings just published in ANZJOG
This research aimed to study rheumatic heart disease health literacy and its impact on pregnancy, and to identify how health services could more effectively meet the needs of pregnant women with rh
A case–control study with active surveillance was undertaken with the aim of estimating the incidence of placenta accreta in Australia and New Zealand.
Our study examines the incidence, risk factors, timing of diagnosis, clinical practice, and perinatal outcomes of women with vasa previa in Australia.
AMOSS' Geri Vaughan and RHDAustralia's Vicki Wade uncover the realities of RHD today in this blog post
AMOSS and the International Network of Obstetric Survey Systems (INOSS), have collaborated on a population-based cohort study, Maternal super obesity. The aim of the study was to compare
AMOSS' Geri Vaughan attended the Women and Heart Disease Forum, aimed at shining a light on lived experience of women and heart disease.
Professor Liz Sullivan chats with Mika Gissler of the Nordic Obstetric Surveillance System (Finland) for the recent World Congress of Public Health in Melbourne.
The aim of this study was to analyse the maternal mortality ratio, demographic and pregnancy related details in women who suffered a fatal amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) in China.
Professor Elizabeth Sullivan, with an outstanding team of investigators including cardiac and obstetric medicine and Aboriginal health, has been awarded the Heart Foundation NSW Cardiovascular Netw
Professor Elizabeth Sullivan has been interviewed on radio 2-SER about the impact of rheumatic heart disease in pregnancy. The interview also details NHMRC-funded research into the condition.
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