Guest lecture: MotherSafe
Debra Kennedy gave the lecture "MotherSafe – two decades of experience with counseling women and HCP about medication safety in pregnancy and breast feeding".
Debra Kennedy graduated with first Class Honours in Medicine fromthe University of Sydney, and trained in Paediatrics and Clinical Genetics in Sydney before completing a Fellowship in Clinical Genetics and Teratology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto Canada. She establishing MotherSafe, the NSW Statewide Medications in Pregnancy And Lactation Advisory Service at the Royal Hospital for Women in 2000, where she is the Director. August 29th 2018 12.00-13.00 Gydas vei, auditorium 174 Her particular clinical area of interest is prenatal counselling and risk assessment and provision of evidence-based information on exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
On August 29 she gave a very interesting talk about MotherSafe at the University of Oslo.