The Stillbirth CRE works with many parents and parent organisations as partners in our research projects. We know how important it is to hear the voices of families who have have experienced stillbirth or the death of their newborn baby to help build knowledge and evidence about how to reduce the risks of stillbirth for others and to improve the quality of care for those affected.
We involve parents with lived experience in setting our research agenda, in advocating for change, and in helping educate and build awareness of stillbirth across the whole community.
We are currently recruiting parents who have been impacted by stillbirth or newborn loss for a number of research studies. Your participation can help make a difference for families in Australia and across the globe.
If you would like to learn more about our research program, please visit the Research page.
To find out about upcoming opportunities to participate in research, visit our Get Involved page.
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The Lancet Series and British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG) Series on stillbirths are just two of the many publications that report the latest research projects on stillbirth prevention and bereavement care.