2002 – 1st Conference (UCLan, Preston, UK)
2004 – Normal Labour and Birth 2nd Research Conference (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
2006 – Normal Labour and Birth 3rd Research Conference (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
2009 – Normal Labour & Birth 4th Research Conference – Normalising Childbirth through Authentic Collaboration (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
2010 – 5th International Conference (Vancouver, Canada)
Link to University of British Columbia’s report on the conference.
2011 – Normal Labour and Birth: 6th Research Conference – Joining up the dots: understanding normal birth at the micro, meso and macro levels (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
2012 – 7th International Conference (Hangzhou, China)
Download flyer for this conference.
2013 – Normal Labour and Birth 8th Research Conference: Getting it Right First Time for the Individual, Family and Society (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
2014 – 9th International Conference (Buzios, Brazil)
Link to EJOG-AJOG Obstetrics Resource Centre review.
2015 – Normal Labour and Birth 10th Research Conference – Normal birth; into the future (Grange-over-Sands, Lake District, UK)
Review of this event by Bournemouth University’s Dr Jenny Hall.
Slideshow by Sheena Byrom OBE.
Case study by UCLan.
October 2016 – 11th International Conference (Sydney Australia)
Flyers from previous conference series:
Draft Programme 2002
Normal Birth Conference Programme 2004
Normal Birth Programme 2006
Normal Birth Programme 2009
Normal Birth Programme 2011
Normal Birth Programme 2013
Buzios Conference 2014 report
Normal Birth Programme 2015
Sydney Oct 2016
The final program has been published for October’s (2016) 11th International Normal Labour and Birth Conference in Sydney. It takes place at Waterview, Bicentennial Park, in Sydney from October 10 to 13.
Link to conference details and registration on Western Sydney University website.
You can download the program pdf here.
Keynote speakers are:
Professor Eugene Declercq
Kerstin Uvnäs Moberg
Dr Sarah Buckley
Professor Caroline Homer
Professor Alec Welsh
Professor Maralyn Foureur
Sheena Byrom OBE
Professor Sally Tracy
Professor Sue Kildea
You can also read about the speakers on the images below: