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Sepsis Redefined
Vol. 21 No 4 | Summer 2019

Sepsis Redefined

Vol. 21 No 4 | Summer 2019


FEATURED ARTICLES


College
From the President
FRANZCOG

Internationally, RANZCOG continues to make significant contributions to the provision of safe, high-quality healthcare.

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College
From the CEO

For this last issue of O&G Magazine for 2019, we cover the topic of sepsis, a major health problem and the subject of important research and advocacy efforts around the globe. This issue recognises how high-quality data analysis, evaluation and evidence can support the activities of our members and trainees and, most importantly, improve outcomes for patients.

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Leaders in Focus
Leaders in Focus: A/Prof Christine Tippett AM
MBBS, FRANZCOG, DDU, MEd

A/Prof Tippett’s entry into O&G occurred after a nine-year break from medicine, during which time she had three children, Sarah, Jonathan and Bronwyn. She now has eight grandchildren whose company she very much enjoys. Chris was both the first, and today remains the only, female RANZCOG President (2006–2008). I had the pleasure of interviewing Chris about her career at College House, where her Presidential photo is on view.

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MOST VIEWED ARTICLES

Dr Deanne Vagg
Case Report
Heterotopic caesarean section scar ectopic
Dr Deanne Vagg
Dr Claire Foster
Feature
Preventing surgical site infection at caesarean
Dr Claire Foster
Dr Preethi Nagubandi
Feature
Managing the septic patient in labour
Dr Preethi Nagubandi
Dr Amy Fitzgerald
Feature
Managing the septic postnatal patient
Dr Amy Fitzgerald
Dr Kirsten Connan
Leaders in Focus
Leaders in Focus: A/Prof Christine Tippett AM
Dr Kirsten Connan