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Supporting maternal and newborn health - Kindoowaliny Ngaangkang Yinang-Koorlangweda Koodamiyara-Kwop

 

Overview

Target audience: Maternal and child health workers who are working with Aboriginal women, newborns and their families

Course outline: The aim of this learning package is to support maternal and child health workers, communities, women and families to empower women to make healthy life choices for themselves and their children before, during and after pregnancy. The AMSSU provides funding to Curtin University to deliver a four day course that specifically addresses maternal and child health issues. The course is endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives. Successful completion of the course results in 24 MidPLUS points.

Refer to the Contacts and Links below to find out when the next sessions will be held.

Delivery mode: On site in Perth and Broome

Contacts

Women and Newborn Health Service
King Edward Memorial Hospital
Aboriginal Maternity Services Support Unit
“O” Block Hensman Road
Subiaco WA 6008
Ph: (08) 9340 1555
Fax: (08) 9340 1232
Email: amssu@health.wa.gov.au
Email: maria.chanmugan@curtin.edu.au

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Last updated: 22 July 2015
 
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