Learn more about our research, news and events by following the Stillbirth CRE on social media.
You can also stay up-to-date with the latest research and tips for safer pregnancies by following the Safer Baby social media accounts:
The Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth (Stillbirth CRE) is involved in a wide range of research projects every year. There are opportunities for families who have experienced stillbirth, pregnant women, maternity health workers, PhD students, researchers and others to become involved in many of these projects.
Opportunities to be involved in our research projects will be communicated through our networks as they arise, so if you would like to be listed on our research registry please provide your details via our contact us page or email email@example.com.
Every research project will be governed by its own ethics and research requirements, depending on the nature of the research. By taking part in research projects, you can join us in better understanding the causes of stillbirth, helping prevent future stillbirths and improve care after stillbirth for others.
The Stillbirth CRE is committed to building a workforce of research leaders in the areas of stillbirth prevention and care after stillbirth. The Stillbirth CRE welcomes collaborations with individuals and organisation through participation on a research team, subcommittees, working or advisory groups.
We welcome collaboration with those researchers and organisations who are committed to the overarching objectives and values of the Stillbirth CRE. Our Shared Understanding for Collaboration outlines how we work together. Please feel free to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can collaborate.
By donating to the Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth through our partner organisation, Stillbirth Foundation Australia, you will help support the efforts to reduce stillbirth rates as well as provide support for bereaved families.
Stillbirth Foundation Australia is recognised nationally as a leading voice on stillbirth and represents the voices of thousands of Australian families who have been touched by stillbirth.