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Current practices, views and experiences of perinatal mortality audit - survey of hospitals

Project Status In Progress
Organisation Lead University of Queensland
Lead Investigator Fran Boyle
Program Area Data To Drive Change
Topic Improving Data Capture To Prevent Stillbirth In Australia
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The aim of this survey is to better understand perinatal mortality review processes and bereavement support across maternity services in Australia. In this study we will help identify factors contributing to stillbirth. Findings from this study will inform the development of implementation strategies to prevent stillbirth and to improve the quality of care for families after a stillbirth or neonatal death.