ISA2019 Registration Closes Friday 27th – Hurry!

Registration for ISA2019 Madrid closes on Friday 27th of September at 24:00. Gain 13 CME credits by joining more than 400 delegates at the International Stillbirth Alliance’s International Conference on Perinatal Mortality and Bereavement Care in Madrid on October 5th and 6th 2019. So far representatives from 32 countries have sign-up for In-person or Online Attendance, including: Spain, United Kingdom, Turkey, Ireland, Ethiopia, Australia, United States, Denmark, Uganda, Sweden, Netherlands,

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Join almost 400 delegates from 32 countries at ISA2019

More than 400 delegates will attend the International Stillbirth Alliance’s International Conference on Perinatal Mortality and Bereavement Care in Madrid on October 5th and 6th 2019. So far representatives from 32 countries have sign-up for In-person or Online Attendance, including: Spain, United Kingdom, Turkey, Ireland, Ethiopia, Australia, United States, Denmark, Uganda, Sweden, Netherlands, Canada, , Guatemala, Norway, Argentina, Italy, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Mexico, Georgia, Colombia, Brazil, Vietnam, Uruguay, Russian

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“Reducing perinatal mortality in South Africa”. Hear Dr. Salome Maswime at ISA2019 Madrid

“Reducing perinatal mortality in South Africa”. Hear Dr. Salome Maswime at ISA2019 Madrid

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Salome Maswime, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, talk on perinatal mortality reduction in South Africa. Dr. Maswime is also the Director of the Wits Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinical Research Division in South Africa and  research fellow at the Center for Global Health at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on placental histopathology in stillbirths and perinatal

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Can the stillbirth rate be reduced in low mortality countries? Prof. JJ Erwich will talk at ISA2019 about how they did it in the Netherlands

Can the stillbirth rate be reduced in low mortality countries? Prof. JJ Erwich will talk at ISA2019 about how they did it in the Netherlands

Register for ISA2019 to hear Prof. Jan Jaap Erwich, head of obstetrics at the University Medical Center Groningen, talk about how they have reduced stillbirths in the Netherlands. Prof. Erwich is an expert obstetrician, past-chair of the ISA and co-organizer of the biannual ISA-ISPID conference in Amsterdam. He focuses on background and prevention of perinatal mortality and parent care and he is member of several national committees for improvement of

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