These events are being organised by the southern General Practice Liaison Officers and supported by Primary Health Tasmania.
Event 4 will focus on:
- Updates to cervical screening guidelines, indications for referral, tips and tricks for taking smears. Along with what we’ve learnt from the new screening data and how we currently treat cervical cancer
- Making sense of the different options available for first-trimester screening for aneuploidy. Interpreting abnormal reports for non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) and combined first-trimester screening (cFTS), uterine artery dopplers, preeclampsia screening and low dose aspirin, along with cervical length screening
Dr Nicole Krzys completed her obstetrics and gynaecology training in 2018 and spent 3 of 7 years in Tasmania as part of this working at the Launceston General Hospital and Royal Hobart Hospital. She then completed a further 3 year fellowship in gynaecological oncology with 2 years at Monash Health in Melbourne and her final year at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Queensland. Nicole returned to Tasmania as a consultant at the Royal Hobart Hospital in March 2021. Nicole also supervises obstetrics and gynaecology trainees and teaches medical students on rotation.
Dr Kristine Barnden became a consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology in 2008, Kristine’s main interest areas have been in the fields of women’s ultrasound, high-risk obstetrics and the developmental origins of health and disease.