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Extra stillbirth support for families

16 Nov, 2021

A guide to support parents who tragically experience the death of their baby was launched this month (November 12).

Funded by donors to Stillbirth Foundation Australia, and developed in partnership with the Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth, the guide aims to help families with the difficult and heartbreaking journey.

Six children are stillborn in Australia every day.

The resource, Guiding Conversations, was developed through two grants received by Associate Professor Frances Boyle, Dr Julie Dean and others from The University of Queensland and Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth.

Read more on the St George and Sutherland Shire Leader.