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Our vision is to reduce the devastating impact of stillbirth for women, families and the wider community through improving care to reduce the number of stillborn babies and to reduce the impact of this loss.
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Dr Christine Andrews

Postdoctoral researcher; Co- lead of the Implementing Stillbirth Prevention Strategies research program

Dr Christine Andrews is an early career researcher and co-leads the Implementing Stillbirth Prevention Strategies program. Christine joined the Stillbirth CRE in 2018 and has a background in in paediatric burn injury prevention, completing her PhD in 2018 through the University of Queensland.

Christine is a perinatal implementation science researcher. Her vision is to achieve substantive improvements in national maternity care standards through actioning effective and targeted evidence-based implementation strategies to embed best practice recommendations into maternity care. Christine is a key driver of the Safer Baby Bundle initiative, leading the national evaluation of its impact. Christine is also an emerging leader for consumer involvement in research and leads a national project to enhance bereaved parents’ involvement in stillbirth research in partnership with the Stillbirth Foundation Australia.

Christine program of work is PRIORITY AREA ONE - Improving care and outcomes for women with risk factors for stillbirth. Specifically:

  • The Australian Safer Baby Bundle: National Co-ordinator
  • Together we can stop stillbirth: evaluation of the public awareness campaign around stillbirth: Evaluation committee Member
  • Stillbirth CRE Research Capacity Development Committee: Committee member
  • Stillbirth CRE Steering Committee member

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