Presented by Bree Bulle Bio: Midwife, RN, CCRN, Grad Dip Health Education, Master of Education Bree has worked extensively as a clinician in primary secondary and tertiary maternity services in Victoria and is a Consultant midwife and manager of the Maternity Services Education Program (MSEP). MSEP facilitate maternity emergency and pregnancy care education in publically funded services across Victoria. Bree was recently appointed as the Director for Regional Perinatal Mortality and Morbidity Committees across Victorian regional and rural maternity services which will closely align with MSEP education.
Bree maintains a strong commitment to developing educational resources that are equitable, clinically focussed and based on best evidence. She has a keen interest in using patient simulation to enhance learning across disciplines.
Current position: Consultant Midwife | Director Regional Perinatal Mortality and Morbidity Committees (RPMMC) Affiliation: The Royal Women’s Hospital Melbourne