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A new stillbirth prevention module for migrant and refugee women

Project Status In Progress
Funding Organisation Primary Health Care Development Program -- Stillbirth Education and Awareness Grant Opportunity GO2536, Department of Health
Organisation Lead Centre for Multicultural Women's Health
Lead Investigator Adele Murdolo
Program Area Implementing Prevention Strategies
Topic Stillbirth Prevention In Migrant And Refugee Women
Contact Adele Murdolo at adele@mcwh.com.au

This project seeks to increase awareness among migrant women who are at high risk of stillbirth about the benefits of preventative health, early intervention and antenatal care, and build capacity among migrant women who are at high risk of stillbirth to access antenatal care in the first trimester The study will women across metro and rural Victoria.

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