Join AAPEC for $10!

From now until midnight on Sunday, 24 August join AAPEC for 2014-15 for just $10! Memberships are vital for AAPEC to remain a resource for families whose lives have been touched by preeclampsia. Join now!

Melbourne Preeclampsia Walk

Walk with Australian Action on Preeclampsia (AAPEC) on 24 August 2014 to raise awareness about this silent but potentially devastating condition.

Melbourne

24 August 2014, Albert Park Lake

$25 includes a sausage sandwich and a t-shirt

$20 includes a sausage sandwich only

After purchasing your walk tickets on eventbrite please download and complete the Melbourne Walk Form and bring it on the day

Eventbrite - Melbourne Pre-eclampsia Walk

Preeclampsia Update - A Free Seminar

What causes Pre-eclampsia? Can it be predicted? How is it best managed? What follow up is recommended? Hear the latest on these topics. Have your questions answered.

Speakers

Prof Christine East

Dr Stefan Kane

Prof Shaun Brennecke

Event Details

Tuesday 26 August, 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Conference Room A, Ground Floor

Royal Women’s Hospital

Royal Women’s Hospital

Corner Grattan St and Flemington Rd, Parkville, Victoria

Light Refreshments provided

RSVP

Jo Bruhn by Friday 22 August (for seating and catering purposes)

Tel - (03) 8345 3758

Email - jo.bruhn@thewomens.org.au

Eventbrite - Preelcampsia Update - Free Public Seminar

'Little Miracle' supports AAPEC

'Little Miracle' came about when us five women from Australia, England and the USA came together in 2013 with one thing in common; we had all experienced the life-threatening pregnancy complication, HELLP syndrome.

The purpose of the 'Little Miracle' book, written by Tabitha Thompson, is to raise awareness and money to fund even more awareness.For the rest of 2014, some of the proceeds from 'Little Miracle' will be donated to AAPEC.

Learn More.

What is Preeclampsia? What you need to know for you and your baby.

In this hangout, Eleni Tsigas, Executive Director of the Preeclampsia Foundation discusses the risks of Preeclampsia, which affects 4-10% of all pregnancies with guests, Dr. Doug Woelkers, MD, Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway, MD, and Nicole O'Connell, a Preeclampsia survivor.

Click here to view video

Pre-eclampsia- The Australian Experience (2nd edition)

Pre-eclampsia - The Australian Story book 2nd edition now in stock

AAPEC has collated even more stories to produce a 2nd edition of our ever popular book. Purchase your copy now.

Australian residents only, international buyers please email for sales information.

Pre Eclampsia Community Service Announcement NOW ONLINE

View the new Community Service Annoucement now online.

Support AAPEC

It is only through financial support that AAPEC can educate Australian women about the dangers, signs and symptoms of Pre-eclampsia. You can help in the following ways:

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