Lecture Overview

The role the hormone serotonin plays in the body has been the subject of much recent literature. Not only does it play a significant role in mood disorders, it also affects the onset of lactogenesis II and involution. Aimed primarily at midwives, this session will bring you up to speed on the latest literature and why we need to be cognisant of the role of serotonin from the outset.

Educators

Heather Harris

Heather Harris first qualified as a midwife in 1970 and has worked in all areas of midwifery practice over the intervening years. She has served on a number of professional committees over the years, including ACMI (Vic) and ALCA (now LCANZ). She was involved in the successful BFHI accreditation for Mitcham Private Hospital, the RWH, and Box Hill hospital. She is a breastfeeding specialist who first qualified as an IBCLC in 1991. She has also been involved in the education of health professionals, presenting in all States of Australia, as well as in the US and Hong Kong. Since 2001, Heather has served as a midwife with Doctors Without Borders in the Ivory Coast, South Sudan, Somalia, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. She currently has her own private practice in lactation consultancy.

Reviews

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Very interesting and great information. Thank you

Nicole Mackin
21 Nov 2018

Awesome presentation by Heather yet again. Love all the little gems throughout and her knowledge is amazing!!!

Katrina Johnson
19 Nov 2018

Great lecture - thanks

Sarah Stenson
19 Nov 2018

Excellent educational programme

Atousa Asadi
08 Oct 2018

Very informative

Helen Wuttke
30 Sep 2018