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KEYNOTESPLENARY SESSIONSBREAKOUT 1BREAKOUT 2BREAKOUT 3BREAKOUT 4TOP 5 ABSTRACTS

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Keynote 1. Saturday 5th, 10:15-10:45

Detection, management, challenges and innovations in clinical care of Fetal Growth Restriction (FGA/SGA)
Dr. Francesc Figueras
Head of the Department of Fetal-Maternal Medicine, Hospital Clinic Barcelona; Associate Professor, University of Barcelona, Spain

Keynote 2. Saturday 5th, 10:45-11:15

Investigation of perinatal death from a Pathologist’s perspective: clinical considerations and interaction with parents
Prof. Marta Cohen
Consultant Paediatric Pathologist. Head of Department, Sheffield Children’s Hospital NHS Trust, UK

Keynotes 3 & 4 (split session). Sunday 6th 10:00-10:30

Perinatal Palliative Care Overview: U.S. Care from Parent and Care Provider Perspectives
Dr. Denise Côté-Arsenault
Obstetric nurse, Researcher, Professor of Nursing, St. Louis University, Missouri, USA

Discovering novel predictors for fetal growth restriction
Prof. Gordon Smith
Professor and Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Cambridge, UK

Keynote 5. Sunday 6th, 11:45-12:45

Providing respectful perinatal bereavement care: Reflections from the U.S.A., Spain, and Uganda
Sue Steen
Perinatal Nurse Navigator, Maple Grove Hospital; Adjunct Nursing Professor, Bethel University, USA

Keynote 6. Sunday 6th, 16:15-16:45

Perinatal grief and stigma
Dr. Samantha Murphy
Medical Sociologist, Head of the Health and Social Care curriculum, The Open University, UK

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PLENARY SESSION 1. SETTING THE AGENDA: PERINATAL MORTALITY AND BEREAVEMENT CARE

Saturday 5th
09:00-10:15

Perinatal bereavement care in Spain: current situation and future challenges
Jillian Cassidy
President, Umamanita, Spain

Socio-economic impact of perinatal death on society
Prof. Alexander Heazell
Professor of Obstetrics, University of Manchester; Director, Tommy’s Stillbirth Research Centre, UK

Perinatal death from the healthcare professionals’ perspective: care of others/care of selves
Dr. Jane Warland
Midwife, School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of South Australia, Australia

 

PLENARY SESSION 2. SAVING BABIES LIVES: INNOVATIONS IN PERINATAL MORTALITY REDUCTION

Saturday 5th
11:45-13:15

Perinatal mortality: a global and regional scorecard
Dr. Hannah Blencowe
Clinician and Perinatal Epidemiologist, Assistant Professor, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK

Women and parent focused prevention strategies in low mortality countries
Dr. Jane Warland
Midwife, School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of South Australia, Australia

Country case study: perinatal mortality reduction in South Africa
Dr. Salome Maswime
Obstetrician, Researcher Scholar at MGH/Harvard and Lecturer at WITS, South Africa

Country case study: stillbirth reduction in the Netherlands
Prof. Jan Jaap Erwich
Head of Obstetrics, University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands

 

PLENARY SESSION 3. SYSTEMIC APPROACHES TO IMPROVING PERINATAL BEREAVEMENT CARE

Sunday 6th
12:15-13:45

Developing and implementing of Ireland’s National Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death
Dr. Keelin O’Donoghue
Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist, Cork University Maternity Hospital; Senior Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland

Stillbirth and perinatal care: are professionals trained to address parents’ needs?
Dr. Claudia Ravaldi
Psychiatrist, President, CiaoLapo, Charity for Healthy Pregnancy and Perinatal Loss Support, Researcher, Department of Health Sciences, University of Florence, Florence, Italy

Development and implementation of the iSAIL (Integrated Support After Infant Loss) Programme at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Dr. Adrienne Gordon
Senior Staff Specialist Neonatologist, Royal Prince Alfred Centre for Newborn Care; NHMRC Early Career Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia

Implementing care guidelines for parents after perinatal loss in the Mexican National Institute of Perinatology
Dr. Cecilia Mota Gonzalez
Psychologist, Instituto Nacional de Perinatología, Mexico

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Saturday 5th
14:30-16:30

BREAKOUT 1.1. PARENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF CARE: LISTENING TO PARENTS AND UNDERSTANDING THEIR NEEDS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Supporting parenthood when a baby is stillborn
Prof. Ingela Rådestad
Midwife, Sophiahemmet University, Sweden

What parents want from best practice perinatal bereavement care: a case study of Italy
Prof. Alfredo Vanacci
Pharmacologist & Toxicologist, Ciaolapo, Department of Neurosciences Florence University, Italy

Parents experiences of perinatal bereavement care in Tamil Nadu, India
Dr. Sudharshini Subramaniam
Physician, Assistant Professor at Institute of Community Medicine, Madras Medical College, Voluntary Physician at Rural Women’s Social Education Centre (RUWSEC), India

Agency, control and decision-making processes in perinatal bereavement care
Paul Cassidy
Researcher at Umamanita, Doctoral student at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Cultural influences on parents’ experiences of care and support after stillbirth in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia: A qualitative study
Tracey Mills
Midwife, Researcher, Senior Lecturer, The University of Manchester, UK

“I should have seen her face at least once”: Parent’s and health providers’ experiences and practices of care following stillbirth in Afghanistan
Dr. Adela Mubasher
Public health specialist, Pedeatrician, Research Board Committee Member, Programme Officer for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health, World Health Organisation Kabul Office, Afghanistan

Parents and Professionals: Collaborators in perinatal bereavement care developments
Daniel Nuzum
Researcher, Chaplain, Pregnancy Loss Research Group, University College Cork, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

 

BREAKOUT 1.2. PERINATAL MORTALITY PREVENTION STRATEGIES

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Risk based induction of labor as a strategy to prevent stillbirth: Friend or Foe?
Dr. Robert Silver
Obstetrician, University of Utah Health Sciences Center, USA

Still Aware: Role of parents’ groups/advocates in the prevention of stillbirth
Claire Foord
Advocate, Founder & CEO of Still Aware, Australia

The context of stillbirths in Sub-Saharan Africa: Finding from high burden settings
Elizabeth Ayebare
Midwife, Lecturer, Department of Nursing, Makerere University, Uganda

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Mindfetalness and pregnancy outcomes: a randomized controlled trial including 39,337 women
Anna Akselsson
Midwife, Sophiahemmet University, PhD-student, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Qualitative assessment of the community and healthcare system related determining factors of perinatal mortality in Sindh, Pakistan
Dr. Jamil Ahmed
Public health specialist, Epidemiologist, Assistant Professor, Arabian Gulf University Bahrain, PhD candidate, University of Sydney, Australia

Educating maternity care providers about stillbirth prevention strategies: Evaluating the effectiveness of a half-day workshop
Dr. Jane Warland
Midwife, Associate Professor, University of South Australia, Australia

Improving intrapartum quality of care to increase neonatal survival in Indonesia: mentoring embedded in a clinical governance approach
Dr. Paula Quigley
Public health specialist, Neonatologist, Technical Lead, DAI Global Health, Reproductive, Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health and Nutrition, Ireland

Circulating SPINT1 is a biomarker of pregnancies with poor placental function, fetal growth restriction, and at higher risk of stillbirth
Prof. Stephen Tong
Researcher, Obstetrician/gynecologist, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne, Consultant Obstetrician, Mercy Hospital for Women, Australia

 

BREAKOUT 1.3. GRIEF EXPERIENCES (PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PERINATAL BEREAVEMENT)

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Materialities and perinatal bereavement
Dr. Samantha Murphy
Sociologist, Professor, Open University, UK

Muslim women’s experience of perinatal loss
Dr. Rosnah Sutan
Head of Family Health Unit in Community Health Department and Family Health Research Group, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Perinatal death from the perspective of siblings
Dr. Jane Warland
Midwife, School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of South Australia, Australia

Grief and complicated grief: clinical and emotional reactions
Dr. Manuel Fernández Alcántara
Psychologist, Professor, University of Alicante, Spain 

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Voices of the unheard: An international qualitative survey exploring bereaved parents experiences of stillbirth stigma
Danielle Pollock
Researcher, PhD Candidate, University of South Australia

Men’s grief following pregnancy loss and neonatal loss: A systematic review and emerging theoretical model
Kate Obst
PhD/M.Psych Candidate, University of Adelaide, Australia

Society’s attitudes to stillbirth
Dr. Natia Sharabidze
Obstetrician/gynecologist, Board member, Women’s Rehabilitation Association, Georgia

 

BREAKOUT 1.4a. RESPECTFUL DISPOSITION: PRACTICES AND BIOETHICS IN THE DISPOSITION AND HANDLING OF REMAINS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Understanding, informing, and supporting the choices regarding disposal of pregnancy remains (pre 24 weeks) in England and Wales
Dr. Sheelagh McGuinness
Centre for Health, Law, and Society, University of Bristol Law School, UK

Sensitive disposal of fetal remains: Are Spanish hospitals and funerary services meeting parents needs?
Dr. Sonia Pastor Montero
Pediatric Nurse, Juan Ramón Jiménez Hospital Huelva, Spain

Finding the burial sites of stillborn babies in Spain
Rocío Cuéllar
Lawyer, advocate, Asociación Madres Libélula, Spain

 

BREAKOUT 1.4b. THE POLITICAL AND LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF PERINATAL BEREAVEMENT CARE

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Law and bureacracy in perinatal death
Francisca Fernández Guillén

Lawyer, Advocate, Spain

Stillbirth and United States Tort Law
Prof. Jill Lens
Lawyer, Associate Professor of Law, University of Arkansas School of Law, USA

Prof. Vicki Flenady
Epidemiologist, Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Centre of Research Excellence Australia

 

The following is a preliminary programme and may be subject to change.

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Saturday 5th
17:00-18:30

BREAKOUT 2.1. RISK FACTORS AND CAUSES OF PERINATAL DEATH

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Addressing risk factors for stillbirth
Prof. Alexander Heazell
Obstetrician, Tommy’s Stillbirth Research Centre, University of Manchester, UK

HIV, antiretroviral therapy and stillbirths in South Africa
Dr. Salome Maswime
Obstetrician, Researcher Scholar at MGH/Harvard, WITS University, South Africa

Congenital anomalies and birth defects: environmental and genetic causes
Dr. Eva Bermejo Sánchez
Epidemiologist, Tenured Scientist, Responsible for the Epidemiology Section at Research Center on Congenital Anomalies (CIAC), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Understanding pathways leading to stillbirth: the role of care-seeking and care received during pregnancy and childbirth in Afghanistan
Aliki Christou
Public health specialist, Epidemiologist, PhD student, University of Sydney, Australia

Predicting and preventing stillbirths in Zimbabwe: A cross-sectional study
Dr. Rebecca Smyth
Midwife, Researcher, Senior Lecturer in Midwifery, University of Manchester, UK

 

BREAKOUT 2.2. COMMUNITY BASED CARE: FOLLOW-UP CARE, SUPPORT ASSOCIATIONS AND SUPPORT GROUPS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

A community based approach to supporting women and their families following the loss of a baby
Caroline Wanjiru Kihusa
Advocate, Founder and CEO, Still a Mum, Kenya

Support group moderation and management in Spain
Carolina Rodríguez Palenzuela
Psychologist, Advocate, Support Group Coordinator, Asociación Cometa, Spain

Traumatic deaths, the role of support associations in preventing complicated grief
Trine Kalstad
Anthropologist, Director of the Norwegian SIDS and Stillbirth Society, Norway

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Bereavement support groups for parents who lost a child during pregnancy, birth or shortly after birth
Heidi Himmelstrup
Midwife, Regionshospitalet Randers, Fødeafsnittet, Denmark

When talk therapy is not enough: Alternative strategies to support the perinatally bereaved
Keren Ludski
Chief Executive Officer, Red Nose Australia, Director, Peace of Mind Counselling Training and Supervision, Australia

 

BREAKOUT 2.3. PREGNANCY AFTER LOSS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Parental experiences of pregnancy after loss
Dr. Margaret Murphy
Midwife, School of Nursing, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

Decision-making, clinical management and care during subsequent pregnancies
Dr. Elizabeth McCarthy
Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne; Perinatal Centre, Mercy Hospital for Women, Australia

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Generating evidence to inform clinical practice in pregnancies after stillbirth: what next?
Aleena Wojcieszek
Researcher, Research Associate, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth, Mater Research Institute – The University of Queensland (MRI-UQ), Australia

Navigating an uncertain journey of pregnancy after perinatal loss
Dr. Denise ​Côté-Arsenault
Obstetric nurse, Researcher, Professor of Nursing, St. Louis University, Missouri, USA

The effects of stillbirth on the reproductive future and medical interventions in subsequent pregnancy
Lise Leupen
Medical student researcher, UMCG, the Netherlands

The Tommy’s Rainbow Clinic study: Evaluating a specialist antenatal clinic for women following a stillbirth or neonatal death
Suzanne Thomas
Midwife, SGA Specialist Midwife, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Honorary Clinical Lecturer, Division of Developmental Biology & Medicine, The University of Manchester, UK

 

B2.4. WORKSHOP: COMMUNICATING WITH PARENTS: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

Dr. Keelin O’Donoghue
Obstetrician, University College Cork, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland)

Dr. Adrienne Gordon
Neonatologist, University of Sydney, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia

Orla O’Connell
Bereavement and Loss Midwife, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

The following is a preliminary programme and may be subject to change.

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Sunday 6th
08:30-10:00

BREAKOUT 3.1. IMPROVING CARE QUALITY THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARE STANDARDS, TRAINING AND SUPPORT STRUCTURES FOR HPS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

In-hospital support groups for healthcare professionals at Val d’Hebron maternity hospital
Dr. Fatima Camba
Neonatologist, Vall d’Hebron University Hospital, Spain

Participatory Action Research as best practice in the development of care standards and guidleines for perinatal bereavement care
Dr. Sonia Pastor Montero
Pediatric Nurse, Juan Ramón Jiménez Hospital Huelva, Spain

Education for perinatal bereavement care
Dr. Margaret Murphy
Midwife, School of Nursing, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Midwifery students’ experiences of providing care to women following stillbirth in Papua New Guinea (PNG): Implications for education and practice
Karen Cheer
P
hD Candidate, James Cook University, Australia

Stillbirth: A healthcare provider perspective
Sediqa Karimi
Primary care nurse,
Researcher, The University of Queensland, Australian Centre for Research Excellence in Stillbirth, Brisbane, Australia

 

B3.2. NICU AND PERINATAL/NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

End-of-life care before and after birth: The challenges of perinatal palliative care
Prof. Alison Kent
Neonatologist, University of Rochester, Golisano Children’s Hospital, USA

Neonatal care at the limit of viability: Ethics and legal framework for decision-making in Norway
Dr. Janicke Marita Syltern
Neonatologist, St Olav’s Hospital and Trondheim University Hospital; PhD student, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Developing perinatal bereavement care in the neonatal unit of Vall d’Hebron Hospital
Dr. Fatima Camba
Neonatologist, Vall d’Hebron University Hospital, Spain

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Accompanying the dying, family centered care in a high complexity healthcare unit
Dr. Ana Morillo
Neonatologist, Hospital Sant Joan de Deu, Barcelona, Spain

A Retrospective Review of the Perinatal Palliative Care Programme at Cork University Maternity Hospital (CUMH)
Caoimhe Healy
Medical Student, University College Cork, Member of the Pregnancy Loss Research Group, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

 

B3.3. CLASSIFICATION, INVESTIGATION AND AUDIT OF PERINATAL DEATH: TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVE

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Classification of perinatal death
Prof. Vicki Flenady
Epidemiologist, Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre of Research Excellence, Australia

Management of perinatal death audit and review systems: Overview and parental involvement
Prof. Jan Jaap Erwich
Obstetrician, University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands

Investigating perinatal death: Optimal approach to placental pathology
Dr. Jane Dahlstrom
Perinatal Pathologist, College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University, ACT Pathology, Australia

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Reviewing stillbirths by root cause analysis: A pilot study from a tertiary care hospital of India
Dr. Neelam Aggarwal
Obstetrician/gynecologist,
Professor, PGIMER Chandigarh, India

Contribution of cytogenetic study in a series of fetal losses. Genetic and autopsic correlation
Dr. Rosa Belén García-Chamón Brígido
Pathologist,
Resident Doctor, Pathology Department, Parc Taulí Hospital Universitari. Institut d’Investigació i Innovació Parc Taulí (I3PT), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

 

B3.4. WORKSHOP: MAKING MEMORIES: MORE THAN FOOTPRINTS (LIMITED TO 50 PLACES)

Sue Steen
Perinatal Nurse Navigator, Maple Grove Hospital, Bethel University, USA

The following is a preliminary programme and may be subject to change.

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Sunday 6th
14:45-15:45

B4.1. CLASSIFICATION, INVESTIGATION AND AUDIT OF PERINATAL DEATH: INTERACTION WITH PARENTS

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Supporting parents’ decision-making for autopsy consent
Asoc. Prof. Frances Boyle
Social Scientist and Health Services Researcher, University of Queensland Institute for Social Science Research, Australian Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth (Stillbirth CRE), Australia

Parents engagement in the perinatal mortality review process (PARENTS Study)
Dr. Christy Burden
Consultant Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at University of Bristol; Southmead Hospital, UK

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

Maternity Healthcare chaplains and perinatal post mortem support and understanding in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Dr. Daniel Nuzum
Researcher, Chaplain,
Pregnancy Loss REsearch Group, University College Cork, Cork University Maternity Hospital, Ireland

Parents experience of the Coronial process following perinatal death
Dr. Sarah Meaney
Researcher, National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre, University College Cork, Pregnancy Loss Research Group, INFANT, University College Cork, Ireland

 

B4.2. CARE PROVISION FOLLOWING DETECTION OF LIFE LIMITING FETAL ANOMALIES

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Caring for women and families in cases of severe congenital anomalies at the Mexican National Institute of Perinatology
Dr. Cecilia Mota González
Psychologist, Instituto Nacional de Perinatología, Mexico

Patient focused care following the detection of life limiting fetal anomalies at Hospital Sureste Madrid
Dr. Laureano Folgar
Gynecologist, Hospital Sureste Madrid, Spain

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (10 Mins.)

The double grief: perinatal loss after diagnosis of birth defect
Dr. Claudia Ravaldi
Psychiatrist,
President, CiaoLapo, Charity for Healthy Pregnancy and Perinatal Loss Support, Researcher, Department of Health Sciences, University of Florence, Florence, Italy

Have No Regrets: Parents’ experiences and developmental tasks in pregnancy with a lethal fetal diagnosis
Dr. Denise ​Côté-Arsenault
Obstetric nurse, Researcher, Professor of Nursing, St. Louis University, Missouri, USA

 

B2.3. WOMAN-CENTERED BIRTH PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (COMMUNICATION AND DECISION-MAKING, MODE OF BIRTH, PAIN MANAGEMENT, SEDATIVE USE, ETC.)

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Medical decision-making and sensitive care in labor and delivery after diagnosis of intrauterine death
Dr. Katherine Gold
Family Physician, University of Michigan, USA

Experiences of labour following diagnosis of intrauterine death
Paloma Martínez-Serrano
Midwife, Midwifery Teaching School, Madrid Regional Health Service, Spain

Obstetric violence during reproductive loss and perinatal bereavement care
Dr. Karina Romo
Medical Anthropologist, Innovia Foundation, Mexico

 

B4.4. PUERPERAL CARE (LACTATION SUPPRESSION, MILK DONATION)

INVITED SPEAKERS (20 Mins.)

Breast milk donation following perinatal bereavement in Spain: challenges and barriers
Dr. Nadia Raquel García Lara
Pediatrician, Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, National Milk Bank, Spain

Lactogenesis management after a perinatal loss: the development of Project LOLA
Julia Vázquez-Dodero Fontes
Mother, activist, Proyecto LOLA, Spain

Lactation after loss: supporting women’s decision-making following perinatal death
Joanne Dickens
Bereavement Specialist Midwife, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust; PhD Candidate, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

The following is a preliminary programme and may be subject to change.

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Sunday 6th
15:45-16:15

Understanding differential patterns in perinatal mortality epidemiology to facilitate actions to reduce stillbirths and early neonatal deaths in India
Prof. Rakhi Dandona
Professor, Public Health Foundation of India, India

Rethinking the Concept of Disenfranchised Grief in the Context of Perinatal Death: A Qualitative Study
Sabrina Zeghiche
PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa; Research professional, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada

Gaps in emergency room care for women experiencing miscarriage and their partner: a multiple case study in Quebec, Canada
Dr. Francine deMontigny
Canadian Research Chair/Full Professor, Université du Québec en Outaouais; Director, Center for Studies and Research on Family Intervention, Quebec, Canada

In Utero Placental Biometry and Histological Placental Examination in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Subsequent Pregnancy Following a Stillbirth
Dr. Hannah Kither
University of Manchester, United Kingdom

My Baby’s Movements: Usefulness of a mobile phone app when women are concerned about fetal movements
Kara Warrilow
Research assistant, Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth, Mater Research Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia