Stillbirth CRE; Research Participants Needed!

Stillbirth Investigations in Australia

Together with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR), Red Nose Australia, Stillbirth Foundation Australia and The Royal College of Pathologists Australasia (RCPA), we have launched an online survey to understand parent experiences around stillbirth investigations following the loss of a baby. 

Who is eligible to participate?

We would like to hear from obstetricians and midwives (including trainees) who have provided maternity care to women in Australia at the time of a stillbirth in the past five years.

How can you help?

Your participation in the survey will help to contribute to our understanding of stillbirth investigations including how these are performed and made available to parents and inform the development of strategies and educational resources to improve stillbirth investigations across Australia.

Maternity services: we want to hear from you

Care in Pregnancy After Loss 
This online survey aims to understand the maternity services available in Australia to parents during a pregnancy after loss. We are interested in identifying the models of care available, variations across Australia and examples of best practice care. 

Who is eligible to participate?
For each maternity service/site in Australia, we invite the following people to complete this survey on behalf of their maternity service:

  • Executive Director of Clinical Services; or
  • Director of Obstetrics & Gynaecology; or
  • Director of Midwifery/Obstetrician; or
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist; or
  • Midwifery Unit Manager (or equivalent)

How can you help?
Your contribution will help inform the development of best practice guidelines and implementation of a best practice model of care for Australian health systems that leads to optimal outcomes for mothers, their babies and families.

Thank you for your continued support of our research and initiatives to reduce stillbirth and improve care for parents and families.