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MMM II Conference programme

[Conference programme PDF]

 8.45  Zoom plenary room open for all 
 9.00 Opening address

Professor Cecily Begley

 9.10 The MAMMI Study

Dr. Déirdre Daly

 9.20 MAMMI and SIM - An analysis of baseline characteristics

Dr. Brenda Lynch

 9.30 Intervention to improve urinary incontince outcomes

Dr. Déirdre Daly

 9.40 Utilisation of General practitioner (GP) services by postpartum women in Ireland

Dr. Sunita Panda

Measuring Cost of Accessing Maternal Postpartum Healthcare Services

Dr. Pat Moran

 9.55am The MAMMI Study: Where are we now?

Dr. Déirdre Daly

 10.15am Survive, Thrive, Transform

Petra ten Hoope-Bender, Technical Advisor Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, UNFPA


Oral concurrent sessions


Session 1

Session 2

Session 3


Empowering ASHA Workers (Accredited Social Health Activists) on Preterm Home care Program

Mrs. Binu Margaret

The influence of care on women's experiences who planned a vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC): An Australian survey

Mrs. Hazel Keedle

The Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Severe Maternal Morbidity: A Review of Major Obstetric Haemorrhage in a Large Dublin Maternity Hospital from January to June 2020

Ms. Sorcha Lynch


Innovation in COVID: A Telemedicine Postnatal Hypertension Clinic

Dr. Claire McCarthy

Emotional needs of women who experience miscarriage in hospital settings: a call for action

Miss Martina Galeotti 

Obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS): Are We Doing It Right?

Dr. Samuel Hunter


Facilitating Collaborative Practice between Nurses and Doulas: Insights from Intrapartum Nurses

Ms. Gabriela Morningstar Mizrahi 

Systematic Screening for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders to Promote Early Intervention Mental Health Consultations: A Quality Improvement Report

Dr. Amber Johnson 




Poster viewing session


Session 1

Session 2

Session 3


Effectiveness of Orientation to Labour Room Unit and the Nurse on Anxiety, Experience and Outcome of Delivery

Mrs. Sheryl Cornelio

[Poster PDF]

Assessing risk perception of anti-emetic drug use during pregnancy and the potential impact of risk communication tools: A study protocol

Mr. Fergal O'Shaughnessy

[Poster PDF]

Effectiveness of psychoeducation intervention on women with gestational diabetes - An intergrative review

Mrs. Mutairah Alshammari

[Poster PDF]


An exploratory study of the support needs of midwives in relation to perinatal mental health

Mrs. Elaine Healy

[Poster PDF]

Termination of pregnancy for fetal anomaly: A narrative systematic review of the healthcare needs and experiences of parents

Mrs. Suzanne Heaney

[Poster PDF]

Underlying cause of neonatal macrosomia

Dr. Goce Kalcev

[Poster PDF]


Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as a treatment for Health Anxiety in a Perinatal Mother: A clinical case study

Mrs. Mary Frisby

[Poster PDF]

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Pregnancy Outcomes and Possible Complications

Dr. Sie Ong Ting

[Poster PDF]

Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy as a Unique Risk Factor for Heart Disease in Women

Ms. Blair Uhlig

[Poster PDF]

 13.05 Progress to date on the implementation of the National Maternity Strategy

Ms. Angela Dunne, National Lead Midwife, National Women and Infants Health Programme

National Maternity Strategy and Beyond

Dr. Peter McKenna, Clinical Director, National Women and Infants Health Programme

 13.35 Auditing Severe Maternal Morbidity - lessons learned

Professor Richard Greene, Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre (NPEC)

 13.35 HRB support for health research: current activity and future direction

Dr. Catherine Gill, HRB

13.45 Closing Remarks

Professor Cecily Begley


The MAMMI Study is being carried out in the School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, which is ranked 1st in Ireland and 48th in the World in the QS World University Subject Rankings 2020.