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Infant Gastro-oesophageal Reflux and Irritability: how to diagnose as manage – The REducing MEDications in Infants (REMEDI) Study
Where: Online - join via your computer!
About the webinar:
The Health Services Research Unit at the Royal Children’s Hospital in partnership with Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Frankston Hospital and Goulburn Valley Health is completing a study on the management of infant reflux or irritability or excessive crying or colic.
As part of this study, we have developed an online webinar that runs for 40 minutes. This includes an education portion focused on:
At the end of the webinar recording there is a link to a short 3-5 minute survey. We would appreciate your feedback on the webinar, so that we can improve this for future use - Just click on the yellow speech bubble icon at the top right hand side of page.
Study Project Officer, RCH
(P): 03 9096 8324 (Mon, Tues, Fri)
(P): 03 9936 6151
Director, Health Services Research Unit, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.
Her research focuses on common child health conditions, in particular (i) developing and trialling integrated care models, to reduce hospital burden; (ii) reducing low value care (i.e. unnecessary imaging, pathology testing and medication); (iii) optimising care for common mental health conditions such as ADHD and anxiety. She is also interested in improving child health outcomes through paediatric, secondary care-based research including e-health. She is driving this research through the Australian Paediatric Research Network – a research network of 550 paediatricians. She is assisted by a team of about 15 researchers and students.