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IVF - Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome 

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This session explore the clinical parameters of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome.

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Preconception Health and Infertility 

Johanna Neville - Women's Health Queensland Wide
In the webinar session a wide range of factors that could be causing fertility problems both in men and women will be outlined.

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Cosmetic Injecting for Nurses 

Gordon Lonie
In this session, the use of Botox and Fillers will be discussed. The clinical indications for use will be explored, the current method for application will be reviewed and the safety and post care requirements for the patient will be highlighted.

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Practical dietary tips for pregnancy 

Melanie McGrice, Family and Prenatal Dietician - Nutrition Plus
A 2016 study found that 61% of pregnant women thought they were eating well during pregnancy, but zero met the recommended guidelines. In this webinar, prenatal dietitian, Melanie McGrice will provide practical tips on how to help your clients eat a nourishing pregnancy diet when they’re contending with morning sickness, heartburn and exhaustion.

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Atopic Eczema Management 

The Nurses for Nurses Network
The information around the management of eczema has long been a source of frustration for many due to the inconsistent information that is available. Contrary to popular belief, eczema is not curable and so a uniformed approach to eczema management needs to be established.

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