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Ms Sara Crocker

Research Assistant

Sara Crocker is a research assistant working on the Online Perinatal Bereavement Support Program project. Sara is also a provisional psychologist who is concurrently studying a Masters of Clinical Psychology at the USC Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute. Sara has research interests in maternal and perinatal mental health for women and families, as well as risk factors and prevention of clinician burnout following stillbirth and NND attendance. Sara is based at Mater Research Institute, Aubigny Place, South Bank.

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