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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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Our aim is to improve care to reduce the number of stillborn babies and to reduce the impact of this loss.
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Ms Megan Weller 

Research Midwife and Education Manager

Megan is a proud Registered Nurse and a Registered Midwife. She is passionate about providing holistic, women-centered care to women, babies and families. Megan has a clinical background in continuity of care. Megan has been involved in multiple activities accross the Stillbirth CRE including coordinating the large, multi-centre My Baby’s Movements trial. Megan is the current Education Coordinator at the Stillbirth CRE, which includes the coordination of women’s and clinician facing resources and education as part of the Safer Baby Bundle implementation. She is also the current National Coordinator for IMPROVE.

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