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Adaptation and implementation of the Safer Baby Bundle for Indigenous women

Project Status In Progress
Funding Organisation Primary Health Care Development Program -- Stillbirth Education and Awareness Grant Opportunity GO2536, Department of Health
Organisation Lead South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute
Lead Investigator Philippa Middleton
Program Area Implementing Prevention Strategies
Topic Stillbirth Prevention For Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Women
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With women participating in Aboriginal birthing programs in SA (Adelaide and Port Augusta), NT (Darwin and Tennant Creek), NSW (Tamworth) and Queensland (Cape York), we will co-produce and pilot culturally relevant resources for each of the five Safer Baby Bundle elements including the adaptation of the Baby Buddy phone app. This co-design work with communities will focus on key messages to prevent stillbirth and how health services and systems can improve care for women at high risk of stillbirth.