NMBC is proud to welcome the following leaders in their field to share their insights at Convention 2019.   

 

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A/Prof Daniel Challis is the Executive Clinical Advisor in obstetrics to the NSW Pregnancy and Newborn Services Network where he works half time, and a Senior Staff Specialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney, where he was the Director of the maternity division until 2012. He established the NSW laser service for the treatment of Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome in 2003. He is also a Conjoint Associate Professor in the School of Women’s and Children’s Health at the University of New South Wales, and the Director of Womens and Childrens Health for South East Sydney LHD. He is a certified subspecialist in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. He trained in Sydney and at the University of Toronto in Canada and his main research interests are in quality and safety in high risk obstetrics, and in fetal therapy. He serves on many state and national committees including the Perinatal Outcomes Working party, the Ministerial Maternal Mortality Committee, and the Maternity RCA review group of the CEC. He co-ordinates the NSW Perinatal Advice Line which is a telephone service staffed by a group of 6 midwives and 14 obstetricians who provide 24/7 advice to clinicians in NSW regarding high risk pregnancy management and maternal transfer.