Speaking and Engagements

Upcoming events

Pam will be presenting a one day workshop for health professionals (CPD points) on 20 April 2016, "Evidence-based care of mothers and babies: gaps and controversies". On 21 April 2016 she is presenting a second workshop for health professionals (CPD points), "Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in the Perinatal Period." These workshops will be held in Auckland, New Zealand.

If you would like Pam to speak at your conference or event, please go to contact page
 

Past speaking engagements - from 2014 onwards

Date

Topic

Conference/organisation

15 October 2015 The unsettled baby in the first 16 weeks: what to do? Special Interest Group in Perinatal and Infant Psychiatry, RANZCP Qld Branch
22 September 2015 The unsettled baby in the first 16 weeks: what to do? GP15 Conference, Melbourne

22 July 2015

Why improved health professional knowledge about the management of infant feeding, sleep and crying problems in the first 6 months is vital in our quest to decrease rates of postnatal depression

Metro South Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Network Meeting, Brisbane

12-14 June 2015

New ways of thinking about baby-care 0-6 months

Australian Nanny Conference, Sydney

 

Talking gut health and healthy feeds

Australian Nanny Conference, Sydney

24-26 June 2015

An innovative evidence-based approach to parent-baby sleep problems in the first 6 months of life

 

Coming together for Australia’s children ARACY Conference, Hobart

19 May 2015

About The Discontented Little Baby Book

Association of Professional Sleep Consultants, Online Meeting

9 May 2015

Rethinking ‘posterior’ tongue-tie

Passage to Motherhood Conference, Brisbane

 

Crying and fussing in the first 16 weeks: the evidence

Passage to Motherhood Conference, Brisbane

8 May 2015

An innovative evidence-based approach to parent-baby sleep problems in the first 6 months of life (‘The Possums Sleep Intervention’)

 

New Zealand Lactation Consultants Association National Conference, Auckland

 

An innovative evidence-based approach to parent-baby sleep problems in the first 6 months of life (‘The Possums Sleep Intervention’)

New Zealand Lactation Consultants Association National Conference, Auckland

 

Rethinking ‘posterior’ tongue-tie

New Zealand Lactation Consultants Association National Conference, Auckland

2 May 2015

The unsettled baby: what to do

Mater GP Alignment Program, Brisbane

21 April 2015

About The Discontented Little Baby Book

Redlands Branch, Australian Breastfeeding Association

21 February 2015

Shared Medical Appointments in SMAs in post-birth care

Business of Private Practice RACGP, Brisbane

19 October 2014

The Possums Sleep Intervention

ANZ Association of Contextual Behavioural Science National Conference, Kawana Waters

10 October 2014

Behavioural interventions do not improve outcomes for mothers and babies in the first 6 months

GP14 Conference, Adelaide

 

Preliminary evaluation of a primary care intervention for cry-fuss behaviours

GP14 Conference, Adelaide

2-4 October 2014

The Possums Sleep Intervention

Australian Association of Infant Mental Health Conference, Brisbane

 

A neurobiological model for cry-fuss problems

Australian Association of Infant Mental Health Conference, Brisbane

7 August 2014

A new paradigm for optimising parent-infant sleep in the first 6 months: the Possums approach

Brisbane Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Netowrk

7-9 July 2014

Change the frame: preliminary evaluation of the Possums approach

12th International Infant Cry Research Workshop, Warwick, UK

1 March 2014

The baby who cries and fusses in the first 16 weeks

Mater GP Alignment Program

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