DID YOU KNOW?
A recent study showed that only 18% of women presenting for assistance in achieving pregnancy had knowledge of their signs and symptoms of the window of fertility.
We will help to maximise your capacity to assist women in monitoring the unique phases of their cycle using an empirical method.
This seminar will help you optimise your patient’s chance of pregnancy before intervention.
|Participants:||Medical Practitioners and all Women’s Health Professionals|
|Presented by:||The Ovulation Method Research and Reference Centre of Australia Ltd|
|Date:||Saturday, 1st June, 2013|
|Time:||9.15am - 4.30pm|
Novotel Darwin Atrium
Includes full seminar kit with booklets, CD, pamphlets and reference material.
Full lunch and refreshments.
a Predisposing Activity is required for points
|Date:||Saturday 1st June, 2013|
Novotel Darwin Atrium
|9.35am||Correlating the hormonal, cervical and vaginal responses throughout the ovarian cycle. Gillian Barker|
|11.15am||Identifying and recording the signs and symptoms of fertility and infertility to achieve pregnancy and monitor reproductive health Joan Clements & Gillian Barker|
|1.30pm||Continuum of ovarian activity from menarche to menopause. Presentation and case studies led by Joan Clements and Gillian Barker. These case studies will demonstrate examples of both the fertile and infertile variants of the Continuum.|
|2.30pm||Diagnostic benefits of identifying the signs and symptoms of fertility and infertility. Presentation and case studies led by Joan Clements and Gillian Barker.|
|4.15pm||Evaluation and discussion|
Gillian Barker is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ who has been involved in the training of doctors, health professionals and teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method™ in China, Pakistan, Vietnam, USA and Australia. Gillian has made a very substantial contribution to the scientific validation of the Billings Ovulation Method™ as collaborator with Emeritus Professor James B Brown in the study of ovarian hormones. She is currently employed by the University of Queensland, as a Senior Research Officer at the Mercy Perinatal Research Centre.
Bernadette Davies is a trained physiotherapist and is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ with over 20 years of experience teaching this Method in Adelaide. In 1998 she completed a certificate in the “Biology of the Cervix” with Prof Eric Odeblad from the University of Umea, Sweden. Bernadette is responsible for the training of teachers in South Australia and has presented Billings Ovulation Method™ Teacher Training programs throughout Australia, Hong Kong and Viet Nam and is a tutor with the Billings Ovulation Method™ Teacher Training Correspondence Course. Bernadette is an Education Activity Representative of the RACGP QI&CPD Program.