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Information for Parents

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The QCMB has created a number of different information resources for women and their families regarding pregnancy, labour, birth and post-birth. Click here for more information.

 

Information for Health Professionals

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The QCMB has created a number of different information resources for health professionals. Click here for more information.

 

Metro North Perinatal Health and Maternity Services Forum

On Tuesday March 25, 2014 the Maternity Coalition (MC), in partnership with the Queensland Centre for Mothers and Babies (QCMB) and Health Consumers Queensland (HCQ) will hold a Metro North Perinatal Health and Maternity Services Forum.

The aims for the day are to:

Share information with women and healthcare providers about innovative maternity care models and other services available that support women’s physical and emotional health during the perinatal period.

Communicate the improvements to primary maternity care services that Metro North HHS and other local providers are making in response to consumer feedback, and aligned with government priorities.

For more information click here

 

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