The incidence of multiple pregnancy has been rising over the years, secondary to the use of assisted reproductive techniques. Multiple pregnancy is associated with increased maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity. More than half of multiple pregnancies deliver before 37 weeks’ gestation. Many clinicians who are confident when managing complicated singleton pregnancies feel uneasy caring for women with multiple pregnancy.
A survey has shown that the level of familiarity with the NICE guideline on “Antenatal Management of Multiple Pregnancy” is poor and implementation suboptimal. The course will provide a comprehensive update on the management of multiple pregnancy and all sessions will have dedicated time for audience interaction.
- Be familiar with the NICE guidance update on both the antenatal and intrapartum management of multiple pregnancy
- Understand the role of the midwife and sonographer in the Specialist Multiple Pregnancy Clinic.
- Be up-to-date with new advances in the prenatal diagnosis and management of complicated multiple pregnancy
- Increase the level of knowledge involved in the care of these women
- Promote a multidisciplinary approach to the management of women with multiple pregnancy
- Gain expertise and confidence in managing multiple pregnancy
- Appreciate the roles and interaction of the multidisciplinary team members
Who should attend
- All clinicians in obstetrics and gynaecology
Professor Asma Khalil MRCOG, London
Mr Kim Hinshaw FRCOG, Sunderland
Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury
Deputy Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Dudley Robinson FRCOG, London