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Stillbirth: Prevention and Aftercare

4 Jan, 2022

The death of a baby is one of the most traumatic and isolating experiences a mother and family can go through. For the culturally and linguistically diverse communities of Australia, without the cultural context and sensitivity, the tragedy can be even more amplified.

Dr Christine Andrews on episode three of this SBS podcast. Reaching out to CALD communities.

All episodes in the series are here.