Dr. Jane Warland (Midwife, Australia)
Dr. Jane Warland is an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of South Australia. Her PhD was awarded by Adelaide University. She has a background in midwifery. Since suffering the unexplained full term stillbirth of her daughter Emma in 1993, she has been a passionate researcher into preventative and modifiable risk factors for stillbirth. Her research interests include population health (epidemiology and health promotion), mental health (maternal and child mental health), and maternal health (midwifery). She has authored several book chapters and over forty journal articles. Dr. Warland has published three books to date, including Our Baby Died, Midwife and the Bereaved Family, and Pregnancy After Loss. Her research has been presented at numerous national (Australian) and international conferences and she has been given numerous teaching, researching and professional awards and distinctions. In addition to her substantial research record, she is a passionate advocate for pregnancy awareness and the prevention of stillbirth.