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MEDIA RELEASE

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AWARENESS ORGANISATION DEMANDS STILLBIRTH GRANT RECIPIENTS BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE The Australian Federal Government today have announced the recipient of their $3m Stillbirth Awareness and Education Grant. The important funding to help reduce rates of  preventable stillbirth has been the result of lobbying and advocacy from organisations such as Still Aware,...

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Still Aware at RANZCOG 2019

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As a parent organisation for parents, Still Aware have been working hard in 2019 to help rebuild partnerships between expectant parents and clinicians in the manner of stillbirth prevention. We were excited to continue this partnership through an invitation to present at the the Annual RANZCOG (Royal Australian and New...

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$30,000 raised for Stillbirth Awareness

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A local Adelaide father has helped raise more than $30,000 by shaving off his dreadlocks, in an effort to raise awareness of stillbirth in honour of his son Alfie.  Scott and Alex Warren experienced the devastation of delivering their son stillborn on 11th July, 2017. Soon after, they found a...

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The 'Safer Baby Bundle' launches in Canberra

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In an exciting step forward for stillbirth prevention in Australia, some of the country's leading organisations in stillbirth research and awareness recently launched the 'Safer Baby Bundle' at Parliament House in Canberra.  This latest research program is being led by the Stillbirth CRE, and will work to improve the partnership...

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Being Still Aware: The importance of talking about stillbirth

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Written by Sarah Langford, ACU Bachelor of Midwifery student Originally appeared in Essence: Australian Breastfeeding Association Magazine Vol53 No 3 September 2017 When I was pregnant I tried to cocoon myself in a happy bubble, I didn’t want to hear any “horror stories.” The underlying (naïve) assumption being that as...

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