"Group B strep infection is the leading cause of life-threatening infection (meningitis, sepsis) in newborn infants. A pregnant woman may unknowingly pass group B strep to her infant during
labor and delivery. A newborn might appear perfectly healthy at birth,
then suddenly develop fever, lethargy, and difficulty breathing. Shortly
thereafter, the baby may develop meningitis, sepsis, or pneumonia and,
in extreme cases, may die."
- Quote from Group B Strep in Newborns, CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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FREE WEBINAR FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS:
"Understanding The Infant Microbiome & Group B Strep (GBS)"
Join 3 world-leading experts to become better informed about Group B Strep and how it relates to the development of the infant microbiome.
This free webinar will help health professionals to better understand the critical microscopic events that found the infant microbiome.
This free webinar will explain how a newborn infant can become colonised with Group B Strep bacteria during labour and birth plus an explanation of the difference between early-onset and late-onset Group B Strep infection in infants.
If you are a health professional, you are probably already aware that Group B strep infection is the leading cause of life-threatening infection (meningitis, sepsis) in newborn infants.
But do you feel fully confident and up-to-speed with the latest research?
Join us for this 60 minute easy-to-understand evidence-based FREE WEBINAR featuring 3 world-leading experts to have a better understanding of:
- The human microbiome; what it is and why it is so critical for human health
- The microscopic processes involved during birth and breastfeeding; how bacteria is transferred from mother to baby to found the infant microbiome
- How an infant can become colonised by Group B Strep during labour and birth
- The difference between early-onset and late-onset neonatal GBS infection
* This FREE webinar is available for one week from Tues 27th Nov 2018 to Tues 4th December 2018
* Hosted by TONI HARMAN, the producer / director of the award-winning documentary MICROBIRTH
* Featuring 3 world-leading Group B Strep experts
* Approved for 1 CPD Hour by the Australian College of Midwives (ACM)
* Approved for 1 R-CERP by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) CERPs Registry Number: 318070K
* Includes downloadable scientific references
- VIDEO 1: 30 Min Evidence-based PDF presentation on the infant microbiome and Group B Strep
- VIDEO 2: 20 Min FAQ's About Group B Strep
These videos address the following questions:
What is the human microbiome?
How is the mother's unique microbiome transferred to a baby during vaginal birth?
What is Group B Strep (GBS)?
Origins of the name and the microbial properties of Group B Streptococcus?
With no symptoms, how can someone tell if they are carrying Group B Strep?
How can infants acquire Group B Strep bacteria during vaginal birth?
What is the difference between early-onset and late-onset GBS infection?
Toni Harman is the Producer / Director of the multi award documentary MICROBIRTH and author of the books THE MICROBIOME EFFECT and YOUR BABY's MICROBIOME.
Toni is also the founder of MICROBIRTH SCHOOL. Toni has been featured as a guest on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour, BBC Radio
5 Live, BBC World Service and also she has appeared as a guest on
numerous podcasts. Her work has been featured in The Observer, The Daily
Telegraph and the Daily Mail. Toni has written blog-post articles for
Scientific American and the Huffington Post. You can contact Toni direct on this
Anita Kozyrskj, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta
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