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Read more about The 'Safer Baby Bundle' launches in Canberra

Read more about The 'Safer Baby Bundle' launches in Canberra

Posted by Still Aware

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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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Read more about Clinician Stillbirth Prevention Workshop - Melbourne

Read more about Clinician Stillbirth Prevention Workshop - Melbourne

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!!ATTENTION MELBOURNE CLINICIANS!! Have you registered for the Clinician Stillbirth Prevention Workshop next week? Our aim is to support clinicians and their women through a care model which is protective against stillbirth and delivered with sensitivity, clarity, with the aim of preventing anxiety whilst being protective to baby inutero, and...

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Read more about Still Standing

Posted by Caroline Campbell

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Written by Caroline Campbell, mum of Xanthe, for Still Aware I was 38 years old and 9 months pregnant with my third child on that day when my world came crashing down. Thursday, March 30th, 2017. I hated Thursdays for a long time afterward, and I still hate the month...

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Read more about Being Still Aware: The importance of talking about stillbirth

Posted by Sarah

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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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