This sold-out workshop and evening symposium highlighted the growing interest – and concern – of Qld health professionals on the impact of rheumatic fever and RHD.
The Australian College of Midwives is celebrating the International Day of the Midwife by holding the annual Walk with Midwives event.
Moonshine Movies, in collaboration with RHD Australia and AMOSS, have released a short film on Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD) in pregnancy.
We hope you enjoy the long-awaited revamp of the AMOSS website, with easier navigation and we think a more intuitive workflow.
McDonnell N, Knight M, Peek MJ, Ellwood D, Homer CSE, McLintock C, Vaughan G, Pollock W, Li Z, Javid N, Sullivan E and on behalf of the Australasian Maternity Outcomes Surveillance System (AMOSS).
Sullivan EA, Dickinson JE, Vaughan GA, Peek M, Ellwood D, Homer CSE, Knight M, McLintock C, Wang A, Pollock W, Jackson-Pulver L, Li Z, Javid N, Denney-Wilson E, Callaway L and on behalf of the Aust
Aboriginal and Maternal Infant Health Service and AMOSS working together - talking at the Aboriginal Health Forum Mudgee.
Nasrin Javid presents on issues of breast feeding for women with GBC at the Australian College of Midwives National Conference.
Geri Vaughan (RHD-P study) and Linda Bootle (Aboriginal Maternal and Infant Health Service Western NSW LHD) talking about a partnership approach in raising awareness of RHD in pregnancy across mate
From 2 October 2015, New South Wales Health has made both acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) notifiable under the Public Health Act, and established a voluntary register