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Our Vision
Our Vision
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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People + Partners
Meet the network of people, organisations, and professional institutions driving research and program implementation across the Stillbirth CRE.
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Our Work
Explore some of the latest Stillbirth CRE research projects, scientific studies, and educational campaigns on stillbirth prevention and care after stillbirth.
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Dr Clemence Due

University of Adelaide

Dr Clemence Due is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Her research concerns the health and wellbeing of vulnerable or ‘under-researched’ groups of people, with a particular interest in the social determinants of mental health, including grief and loss and the health and wellbeing of people with refugee and migrant backgrounds. Clemence’s research in relation to stillbirth focuses on bereavement care for people who are newly arrived in Australia, especially those with refugee backgrounds, as well as siblings, men and grandparents. She is committed to working in partnership with people from these communities to ensure that her research reflects the needs of those communities and will lead to positive outcomes. Her Stillbirth CRE work includes the Migrant and Refugee advisory group and parent guideline steering group.

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