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This service, which is heavily dependent on our Radiological colleagues and Obstetric experts in Ultrasound, includes referral to all Paediatric specialties including Neonatology, Surgery and Cardiology, other related disciplines including Genetics and Paramedical specialties for initial counselling and where appropriate ADACS and the MFMS facilitate the transition for ongoing care once the baby has been born.
Since its establishment as a stand alone clinical entity in July the MFMS has been able to provide an improved service provision with currently over patient contacts per month. MFM Referral Form 79kb. Referrers will be contacted with feedback within 48 hours with a plan regarding ongoing management. If a patient requires a Second Opinion Scan they will be contacted by the MFM service and provided with appointment details.
We welcome referrals from family practitioners, Fellows of RANZCOG and other specialties and we are committed to working closely with you and providing an excellent service for your patients.
His endeavours in research include 31 publications in refereed journals, numerous invited lectureships and as an ANZJOG Manuscript reviewer. Whilst Dr Muller has a broad range of interests in Maternal Fetal Medicine his primary focus is on fetal surveillance for complex multiple pregnancies, the diagnosis of congenital abnormalities and fetal red cell allo-immunization. His endeavours in research include 48 publications in peer reviewed medical journals, collaborating author of a further 6 major articles, manuscript reviewer, supervision of a PhD student and 4 subspecialty CMFMS Trainees and numerous presentations at international meetings.
Dr Wilkinson's research focus is on evidence based improvements in obstetric care including caesarean section practice, outpatient day care, differing methods of outpatient induction of labour and fetal surgery and a randomised trial of STan intrapartum fetal monitoring system. She has extensive national and international links including research and clinical collaborations across Europe, United Kingdom and Indonesia.
She is the recipient of numerous local, national, RANZCOG and international awards and is a much sought after referee and reviewer of a number of medical journals. Whilst Professor Dodd has a wide range of interests in Maternal Fetal Medicine her research emphasis is on Maternal Obesity and its relationship to poor pregnancy outcomes — a subject of which she is a recognised world authority.
She is a direct supervisor of RANZCOG Trainees compulsory research projects and has encouraged 14 trainees to publish Cochrane Systematic Reviews whilst she is the supervisor for 13 post graduate students. Whilst Dr Grivell has a broad range of interests in Maternal Fetal Medicine she has more recently focussed on fetal growth, induction of labour and caesarean section techniques. His commitment to research includes the publishing of 8 book chapters, 60 publications in refereed medical journals and invited speaker at numerous national and international meetings.
His special interests within Maternal Fetal Medicine include trans-abdominal cervical cerclage and complex vaginal births twins, breech, rotational forceps per the Birth Master Class Workshops he convenes nationally. Dr Morton has been instrumental in pioneering the role of the Obstetric Physician in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Perinatology and their significant contribution to the enhanced outcomes for mothers with pre-existing medical conditions and for those who develop medical complications during their pregnancies.
She provides continuity of MFM care for patients with her skilful liaison with a variety of referring medical groups and individuals in addition to her midwifery colleagues. Her previous role as the Multiple Birth Coordinator has been particularly helpful in managing those women with complicated multiple pregnancies which comprise a significant number of MFM patients.
Tina Bode has a strong commitment to professional development, clinical teaching and continuing education not only for her midwifery colleagues but also in Parent Education. She continues to participate in clinical research in an important and critical supportive role as well as providing links with interstate MFM centres and with the MFMS collaboration with Sanglah Hospital, Denpasar, Bali.
She has an academic background in addition to her clinical midwifery experience. She has worked as a District Midwife and in private obstetric hospitals in Adelaide thus making her ideally placed to seamlessly facilitate the post hospital care of our MFM patients and their babies with their often complex needs. Her academic background enables her to take the lead in patient counselling, midwifery education and clinical research projects in addition to her daily duties of midwifery care and multidisciplinary liaison.
Her teamwork with Tina Bode provides an enviable standard of patient focussed care which is the hallmark of the MFM Service. Back to Women's and Babies' Division.
Current contact details of Client and next of kin Referrers contact details All relevant medical, obstetric and social history Access to all scans and reports Completed MFM referral form.
MFM will review all requests and images. Professor Jodie Dodd MB./p>
Concomitant with the explosion in technologies for prenatal diagnosis and medical and surgical fetal therapy came the need for an obstetric perinatologist or fetal physician. Such an individual, by definition, would require a firm grounding in physiology and pathophysiology of the fetus and would be prepared to address, through scientific enquiry, some of the unresolved dilemmas in perinatal medicine.
The role of the Maternal-Fetal Medicine MFM specialist, or perinatologist, has developed as complementary to that of the obstetrician and in current practice the job description also encompasses the tasks of administration, education and fetal advocate. In this country, where regionalization perinatal care has been shown advantageous, with improved outcome and lowered health acre costs, the obstetric perinatologist will be found in academic tertiary level centers.
These individuals have clinical practices limited to care of the high-risk mother and her fetus. Currently there are 10 Royal College accredited programs in Canada accreditation without certification. They can expect to gain experience in a wide variety of medical complications of pregnancy, detailed sonographic fetal diagnosis, prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening, and fetal, maternal and neonatal intensive care. Within the University based practice the MFM sub-specialists, in addition to fulfilling clinical commitments, plays a role of educator to the community and other members of the health care team, health policy advisor, auditor of ongoing health practices and researcher.
The distribution of time spent in these activities may vary widely. Patterns of clinical practice within Canada also range from an exclusively consultative service to primary care physician for regional perinatal transfer.
The ultimate lifestyle of the perinatologist will be predicated by the pattern of practice and the fiscal arrangements fee-for-service or salaried positions , the size of the regional center and number of practice partners.
In the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Committee of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada published a prospectus on manpower needs in MFM suggesting an excess demand for MFM sub-specialists for 's in excess of the anticipated supply with the current number of trainees.
The demand in Canada for trained MFM specialists, though less well defined, favor continued growth in order to meet the target ratio of 6 Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialists per 10, birth in each region. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures. Skip to Job Postings , Search Close. Upload your resume Sign in. Fetal Medicine jobs Filter results by: Full-time 4 Casual 2 Part-time 2 Permanent 2.
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