MBRRACE Report Launch 11th December 2017, Dublin

Improving Maternal critical care in Scotland

June 2017 Dunkeld Educational Meeting

Trainee Presentations

1.Dr Claire McCue, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley.

Epidemiology and outcomes of antepartum maternal critical care admissions in a Scottish district general hospital

2. Dr C. Kaye, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen.

Review of pregnant or recently pregnant patients admitted to Aberdeen General ICU (July 2014-April 2017) Obstetric Case (Alternative) poster HDU

All that seizes isn’t Eclampsia

3. Jane Tracey, A.Kean, L.Dubiel, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

Setting up a follow up clinic for obstetric High Dependency Unit

4. K Pearson, K Arrow, E Broadbent, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

‘Seeking expert opinion across Scotland: a complex case of orthopaedic trauma in the laboring parturient’ Maternalproblemsfollowingperinatalcriticalcare Evaluatingmaternalsatisfactionafterobstetrichighdependencycare

5. F Breckenridge, A Capek, Princess Royal Maternity Unit, Glasgow Royal Infirmary

Maternal problems following perinatal critical care: a multidisciplinary survey

6. F Breckenridge, A Lumsden, C Young*, A Capek, K Litchfield and K Lake

Princess Royal Maternity Unit, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, UK,
*South Glasgow Maternity Unit, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, UK

Evaluating maternal satisfaction after obstetric high dependency care

7. J.Gardner, J.Jawaheer, K.Litchfield, K.Lake

Princess Royal Maternity, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow

How should we quantify mother baby contact during advanced maternity care?