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Living Literacy program

Project Status In Progress
Funding Organisation Primary Health Care Development Program -- Stillbirth Education and Awareness Grant Opportunity GO2536, Department of Health
Organisation Lead University of Sydney
Lead Investigator Danielle Muscat
Program Area Implementing Prevention Strategies
Topic Stillbirth Prevention In Migrant And Refugee Women
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The Living Literacy program will be adapted for a CALD antenatal setting, with a specific focus on improving primigravid womens health literacy skills (i.e. skills to access, understand, appraise and use health information) to support stillbirth risk reduction focussing on the Safer Baby Bundle elements of care. This study will adapt an existing group based health literacy program for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) pregnant women in NSW, University of Sydney.