Invited lectures

Dr Keelin O'Donoghue plenary talks  / invited lectures  

“Evidence-Based Investigation of Perinatal Mortality”
NPEC Study Day 2020: Investigations into Perinatal Mortality: Considerations and Lessons Learned, Kingsley Hotel, Cork, 17 January 2020

“Access to first trimester ultrasound and service pathways in Ireland in 2020”
Dublin First Trimester Ultrasound Symposium, The National Maternity Hospital, Dublin 2, 11-12 January 2020

“Bereavement in the first trimester – a unique grief”
Dublin First Trimester Ultrasound Symposium, The National Maternity Hospital, Dublin 2, 11-12 January 2020

“Pregnancy Loss In Ireland: Research, Clinical Practice and National Standards”
INFANT Centre, Annual Study Day, UCC, 12 December 2019

“Communicating with parents: A multidisciplinary approach”
The International Stillbirth Alliance Annual Conference, Madrid, 4-6 October 2019

“Developing and Implementing Ireland’s National Bereavement Standards”
The International Stillbirth Alliance Annual Conference, Madrid, 4-6 October 2019

“Pregnancy Loss In Ireland: Research, Clinical Practice and National Standards”
Gynaecological Visiting Society Meeting, University College Cork, 4 October 2019

“Evaluation of Using Applied Drama Techniques as part of Medical Training in pregnancy-related bereavement care”
Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Study Day, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2, 28 September 2019

“Awareness, experience and impact of Stillbirth: pathways of care and future directions”
North West Baby Loss Conference, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, 16 July 2019

“Developing Ethical Frameworks in Ireland’
Reclaiming Conscience: Developing Ethical Frameworks for Reproductive Healthcare in Ireland, School of Law, University College Cork, 14 June 2019

“Bereavement Services in Maternity Care”
Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust HSE Ireland Perinatal Mental Health Training, Aisling Hotel, Dublin, 30th May 2019

“Overview of the Two Year Implementation Programme”
Bereavement Forum for the Implementation of National Standards for Bereavement Care following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death, Devere Hall, UCC, Cork, 2 March 2019

“Awareness, Experience and Impact of Pregnancy Loss”
INFANT Research Seminar, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Cork, 15 June 2018

“Awareness, Experience and Impact of Pregnancy Loss”
Maternal and Fetal Health Grand Rounds, Institute of Human Development, University of Manchester, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester, 5 June 2018

“Implementation of National Bereavement Standards”
Bereavement Forum for the Implementation of National Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death, Croke Park Events Centre, Dublin, April 26 2018

“Why the Bereavement Standards matter”
Bereavement Forum for the Implementation of National Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death, Croke Park Events Centre, Dublin, April 26 2018

“Facts around Fatal Fetal Anomalies”
Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Spring Study Day, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2, 9 March 2018

“Caring for the Mother when the outcome of Pregnancy is uncertain”
Ireland’s 3rd International Children’s Palliative Care Conference: Short Lives, Making a Difference, Farmleigh House Dublin, 24-25 November 2017

"Welcome Address"
The International Stillbirth Alliance Conference, Cork, 22-24 September 2017

“Reflecting on the Conference: next steps for Ireland”
The International Stillbirth Alliance Conference, Cork, 22-24 September 2017

“National Bereavement Standards for Ireland”
SSWHG Annual Midwifery Conference, Brookfield Health Sciences, University College Cork, 2 May 2017

“Late Miscarriage and The Bereavement Standards for Ireland”
3rd Annual Prevention and Optimal Management of Pregnancy Loss Meeting
GMCA Maternity Network, Bolton NHS FT, Macron Stadium Bolton, 3 March 2017

“What we should be talking about at the annual reports meeting”
Irish Perinatal Society Annual General Meeting, Coombe Education Centre, 13 October 2016

“Continuing pregnancy with fetal anomaly”
Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Annual Study Day, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Dublin, 25th September 2015

"Dealing with uncertain pregnancy outcomes: antenatal management”
Masterclass in Fetal and Neonatal Palliative Care, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Dublin, 24th September 2015

“The impact of perinatal death on healthcare professionals”
Perinatal palliative care study day, Marymount university hospice, 27th March 2015

“Continuing pregnancy with lethal fetal anomaly”
Perinatal palliative care study day, Marymount university hospice, 27th March 2015

“Pregnancy after Miscarriage”
Cow and Gate National Antenatal Seminar, Guinness Storehouse Dublin 8, 7th March 2015

“Complicated Twin Pregnancy”
Twin Study Day, McAfee Lecture Theatre, Royal Maternity Hospital, Belfast, 26 February 2015

“Pregnancy after Miscarriage”
Second Early Pregnancy Loss Forum, National Clinical Programme in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, Dublin, 3 December 2014

“Research during medical training”
Atlantic Corridor Medical Student Research Conference
Brookfield Health Sciences Complex, UCC, 10 November 2014

“Support for Healthcare professionals”
Action on Pre-eclampsia Expert meeting, London, 5 November 2014

“Continuing Pregnancy with Fetal Anomaly”
CUMH General Practitioner Study Day, Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, 18 October 2014

Ask the Experts Panel: Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Spring International Meeting, RCPI Kildare Street, Dublin 2, 7 March 2014

“Setting up a Dedicated Multiples Clinic”
Celebrating Mothers and Babies: A State of the Art Meeting on Multiple Pregnancy and Fetal Growth Restriction. Pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin 1, 6 March 2014

“The Investigation and Management of Stillbirth”
The Impact of Stillbirth Conference, University College Cork, 2 November 2013

“Prediction of Aneuploidy – an update on Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis”
TDL Genetics NIPT Workshop, Aula Maxima, UCC, 24 September 2013

“Understanding the Impact of Stillbirth”
Mid-Western Regional Maternity Hospital, Limerick and University of Limerick
Grand Rounds, 28 February 2013

“Investigation and Management of Stillbirth”
Obstetrics and Gynaecology National Programme Second Annual Summit Meeting
Farmleigh House, Dublin, 16 October 2012

“Management of Multiple Pregnancy”
RCM/ INMO Ireland’s Annual Joint Midwifery Conference
Armagh City Hotel, Armagh, 18 October 2012

“Antenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies in Ireland”
Annual Cork Neonatal Research Meeting, Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork, 12 April 2012

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

An Roinn Obstatraice agus Gínéiceolaíochta

Cork University Maternity Hospital, 5th Floor, Wilton, Cork, Ireland

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