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Dr. Anke Reitter, MD, FRCOG, IBCLC is a senior Obstetrician /Gynecologist in clinical practice at present lead consultant at an academic teaching Hospital in Frankfurt, Germany. She got her first working experience as a doctor in England, practising there for 4 years. She successfully completed her training with becoming a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG). Returning to Germany, she became a specialist in perinatal medicine. Since 2003 she has practised in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department at the University Hospital Frankfurt. Her special interest lies in high risk pregnancies: breech presentation, multiple pregnancies HIV-positive pregnancy care and prenatal ultrasound. In September 2012 she became a Fellow of the RCOG. She spent recently six months in Sydney Australia, at the UNSW as a visiting fellow to learn more about breech birth in Australia. She is author of several important research papers supporting breech vaginal birth, providing evidence for upright birth position and has been involved in actively supporting breech birth since more than 15 years. She has been part of an international breech community since 10 years and provides international training since.
For research articles please visit: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anke_Reitter
Dr. Zoltán Kovács is an attending Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in Budapest, Hungary. He is the organiser of the Hungarian workshop, lecture and review article on ECV and upright breech deliveries.
Currently involved in ongoing PhD studies including: Female aerob exercises (Aviva method) and primary dysmenorea, premenstrual syndrome.
For research articles please visit: https://termeszetesnogyogyaszat.hu/tudastar/blog/aviva-modszer-tudomanyos-kutatasa-resztvevok-jelentkezeset-kerjuk
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