Welcome to the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand
The Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ) is a multidisciplinary society dedicated to improving the health and long term outcomes for mothers and their babies. PSANZ encompasses and strongly encourages research focused on mothers and babies during pregnancy and at birth as well as the health of the newborn as its development continues after birth.
The Code of Ethics and Professional Standards is a statement of the ethical principles, values and ideals of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ). The purpose of the Code of Ethics and Professional Standards is to guide decision making and inform behavioural expectations of the PSANZ board, its members and subcommittees and to protect the integrity of the Society and its affiliates.
The PSANZ 2022 Congress
The PSANZ 2022 Congress will take place from the 15th - 18th May at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The theme for the meeting is 'Better Together: Collaborative Care, Research & Guidelines'.
Thank you to all who joined us for the 2021 Virtual Congress.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact CORP COMM.
Become a member and access benefits such as discounted registration to the PSANZ Annual Congress, quarterly newsletter, investigator awards and more.
Find out more about our subcommittees that provide forum for the discussion and presentation of specific aspects of perinatology relevant to the aims of PSANZ.
Meetings & Events
Register to or find out more about our upcoming meetings and events, including the PSANZ Annual Congress, events organised by PSANZ’s subcommittees and more.
Perinatology-related clinical guidelines to improve the health and long-term outcomes for mothers and babies and guide decision-making through evidence-based guidance.
European Standards of Care for Newborn Health
In the project, standards were developed for a wide range of topics in neonatal health. To this aim, we defined 11 broad areas. Each of these areas corresponded to a Topic Expert Group (TEG), the project’s working groups, who each were ...