Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ) held its annual congress on the Gold Coast in March.
There were a large number of abstracts presented by our Women’s and Newborn Program, showcasing excellence in research and innovation, as well as our close collaboration with the Ritchie Centre and other research partners.
This excellence is reflected in the many congress prizes awarded to representatives for our program – congratulations to the presenters and their co-authors and supervisors!
Dr Maya Reddy, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Registrar
‘Preeclampsia and long-term cardiovascular function – a systematic review and meta-analysis’
- PSANZ New Investigator Award (Best Poster Presentation, Obstetrics)
Anna Kidman, Neonatal Nurse and PhD student
‘Extubation characteristics of extremely preterm infants’
- PSANZ New Investigator Award (Best Oral Presentation, Neonatal Nursing)
- Neonatal Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship
Dr Lindsay Zhou, Neonatal Fellow
‘Assessment of Term and Preterm Breath Sounds Using Digital Stethoscope Technology’
- PSANZ New Investigator Award (Best Poster, Neonatology)
Ashwin Ramanthan, BMedSc (Hons) student
‘Assessment of Breath Sounds at Birth Using Digital Stethoscope Technology’
- PSANZ New Investigator Award (Best Poster, Allied Health/Other/Student category)
- PSANZ President’s Award – best overall poster
Benjamin Amberg, BMedSc (Hons) student
‘The effect of heated humidified amniotic insufflation on placental gas exchange in sheep’
- PSANZ New Investigator Award Obstetrics (Best Oral Presentation, Obstetrics)
(Photo: Dr Lindsay Zhou, Dr Atul Malhotra & Ashwin Ramanathan at the PSANZ)