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    Midwife Check-in

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    Listeria and pregnancy

    What are the real risks?

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In this edition of Health Journey we examine popular natural sweeteners to see how healthy they really are, investigate the real risks of Listeria and pregnancy and explore the recommendations for weight gain in pregnancy.

Health Journey 2015 Issue 2

Eye Health in Queensland

To promote the importance of eye health, Women’s Health Queensland Wide is working with the Queensland Vision Initiative, the Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association (AONA Qld) and Guide Dogs Queensland to provide information to assist, support and ensure effective referral for those impacted by vision loss.

Our speakers include:

Women's Health is currently seeking a Women's Health Educator.

The position will join our existing small team of registered nurses and midwives in providing telephone and online health information to women in Queensland. A key focus of this role will be the provision of telephone support to pregnant women and new mums who are part of an ongoing emotional health and wellbeing program. This is a temporary part-time position of 22.5 hours per week until 30 June 2016.

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