Stillbirth action – parents, care providers and others, we need to hear from you
The International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) and Mater Research Institute – The University of Queensland, in collaboration with PSANZ-SANDA, have developed three online surveys to determine what we need to do to reduce stillbirth and to improve care for families who experience this devastating event.
If you are a bereaved parent, midwife, obstetrician and/or gynaecologist, pathologist, nurse (providing maternity care), psychologist, and other professional involved in the care of families who have a stillborn baby, we need to hear from you.
More information is provided at the survey links below:
The results of the surveys will be presented in The Lancet, as part of a follow-on series on Stillbirths to be published and launched in 2015. Preliminary data will also be presented at the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference in Melbourne 2015 for feedback by attendees on priorities for Australia and New Zealand.