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A New NASOG Council

The 2023 NASOG AGM was held on Wednesday 29 November. While some long standing Council members remain, including President, A/Prof Gino Pecoraro OAM, there are new Councillors enthusiastic to take the Association forward. As the maternity services crisis worsens across the country, the new Council’s goal is to further amplify the voice of NASOG with…

Remove the Bureaucratic Blocks that Enable the Queensland Maternity Crisis

The maternity crisis rolls on in Queensland, but those offering some solutions are being blocked by bureaucrats. Add your name to our petition to allow Dr Liz Jackson and Dr Anusha Lazzari to deliver private patients in the Cairns Public Hospital after the closure of the Private Hospital maternity unit on 1 November. The public…

A Road to Somewhere…..

I don’t know about you, but the past four months have had a ‘Groundhog Day’ sensation about them for me. The media in various parts of the country has continued to cover private maternity ward closures, public hospitals on maternity bypass and the stress caused to women in regional Australia by the uncertainty of where…

A Little Less Conversation. A Little More Action.

In the month since our last newsletter, I have appeared in over 15 media pieces, attended 1 maternity workforce Roundtable and met with State and Federal politicians. Political meetings have included the Federal Opposition Leader, the Federal Assistant Health Minister and the new Queensland Health Minister Amid renewed calls for involvement of the highest levels…

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