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Project Status Planning
Funding Organisation Primary Health Care Development Program -- Stillbirth Education and Awareness Grant Opportunity GO2536, Department of Health
Organisation Lead Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Lead Investigator Jane Yelland
Program Area Implementing Prevention Strategies
Topic Stillbirth Prevention In Migrant And Refugee Women
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The ECLIPSE study addresses the need for tailored strategies in public maternity hospitals for pregnant women with low English proficiency. It will test the introduction of audio-recorded antenatal consultations within a framework of community and service co-design and implementation. It will deliver Safer Baby Bundle resources to women with low English proficiency in public maternity hospitals in Victoria using audio-recorded antenatal consultations through the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.