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Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies

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About the Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies

The Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies is an independent research centre based at the University of Queensland in Brisbane and is funded by Queensland Health the Queensland Government. The role of the Centre is to work towards consumer-focused maternity care that is integrated, evidence-based and provides optimal choices for women in Queensland.

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Contact the Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies

Phone:
(07) 3346 8797
Fax:
(07) 3346 3085
Location
Building 96, Hood Street, University of Queensland
Postal Address:

Queensland Centre for MothersĀ and Babies
The University of Queensland
Brisbane QLD 4072

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Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies Staff

Director

Picture of 'Professor Sue Kruske'
Room:
201, Building 96
Phone:
3346 3081
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Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies Latest News

Too posh to push?

Too posh to push?

New research by QCMB has found expecting mums choose caesarean birth on their doctors' advice, and not because of vanity
Counselling helps new mothers

Counselling helps new mothers

Professor Debra Creedy's research has found new mothers who receive counselling from midwives feel less post-natal fear

Featured Researchers at the Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies

Yvette Miller

Yvette Miller

Research Fellow Yvette Miller is reorienting maternity health services to meet women’s needs
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