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Project Engage Study

Project Status In Progress
Funding Organisation Stillbirth Foundation
Organisation Lead Stillbirth CRE
Lead Investigator Christine Andrews
Program Area Implementing Prevention Strategies
Topic Co-designing Research With Bereaved Parents
Contact Christine Andrews at christine.andrews@mater.uq.edu.au

Co-designing a guide to support bereaved parents to become involved in stillbirth research.

Project Engage connects bereaved families with the research process. Involving those who have been affected by stillbirth in the research process in a meaningful way ensures that the issues important to bereaved families are heard and prioritised. This ultimately helps the Stillbirth CRE to produce research of greater quality and relevance, to help reduce stillbirth rates, and ensure that parents and families receive the best possible care when a baby dies.

Currently, Project Engage is in the development stage of co-creating a guide, which aims to demystify the research process for bereaved parents and families. We hope this guide will help provide bereaved parents with the tools, terminology, and knowledge of the research structure and process to become involved in current and future projects.

If you are interested in opportunities to be involved in our research projects, or would like to stay up to date with the progress of this study, please contact us.