Dr Sarah Buckley

On Friday the 10th of June 2016, we were very privileged to welcome Dr Sarah Buckley, to Toowoomba, to present her full day ‘Undisturbed Birth’ workshop.

On Friday the 10th of June 2016, we were very privileged to welcome Dr Sarah Buckley, to Toowoomba, to present her full day ‘Undisturbed Birth’ workshop. It was fantastic to see a variety of professionals as the midwives team were joined by a number of doulas, midwifery students & midwives from the Toowoomba Base Hospital & St Vincent’s Hospital, at the Queensland Rural Medical Education (QRME) training centre, for a day of networking and invaluable professional development.

Throughout the full day workshop, Dr Sarah Buckley covered the normal hormones that play a role during pregnancy birth and postnatally.  She had us thinking about how intervening in that process has long standing effects.  She also encouraged us to make small changes to our practice to help foster the right balance of hormones for women and their babies.  There was an interesting element regarding delayed cord clamping and the flow back to the baby/placenta after birth.

Thank You to the wonderful women at The Sauce kitchen for catering our event & a huge Thank You to the staff at the Queensland Rural Medical Education (QRME) training centre for allowing us to utilise their venue for our workshop. We were thrilled to see how many women showed interest in our event & we are looking forward to working with Dr Sarah Buckley to host another event in the future, so stay tuned.




 

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