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Future research directions to inform clinical practice for care in pregnancies after stillbirth

Project Status Complete
Organisation Lead University of Queensland
Program Area Implementing Best Practice In Care After Stillbirth And In Subsequent Pregnancies
Topic Improving Care In Subsequent Pregnancies After Stillbirth

Providing high-quality care in subsequent pregnancies following stillbirth has been identified as a priority. However, there is little evidence to inform clinical practice during these pregnancies. By consulting with an international panel of experts in stillbirth research, this study aimed to identify the specific research directions most pressing, appropriate, and valuable to informing clinical practice in this area. This research has been published in BMJ Open and can be accessed here.