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Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence

The Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth (Stillbirth CRE) brings together parents, parent advocates, health care professionals, researchers, professional colleges, and policy makers, to reduce stillbirths and improve the quality care for women and families after stillbirth. The Stillbirth CRE program focuses on research that translates into improved maternity care and better health outcomes for women and their babies.

Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence

Safer Baby Bundle

The Safer Baby Bundle for Australian maternity healthcare professionals is a collection of change ideas or interventions designed to reduce late pregnancy stillbirth. The interventions are based on evidence summaries developed in partnership with the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ). Development of the SBB has drawn from the expertise and experience of international advisors from the UK Saving Babies Lives Bundle of care.

Safer Baby Bundle Handbook and Resource Guide

Australian College of Midwives (ACM)

ACM is the national peak body for Australian midwives whose mission is to position and profile midwifery as the primary profession for quality maternity care through advocacy, CPD and support.

ACM Courses

Australian College of Midwives

King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH)

King Edward Memorial Hospital is WA’s tertiary referral centre for complex pregnancies and high-risk birth. It offers world-class care and wide-ranging support services to WA women with complicated pregnancies and infants born prematurely.

KEMH Obstetric and Gynecology Guidelines

King Edward Memorial Hospital

The Women’s – The Royal Women’s Hospital Victoria Australia

The Women’s Hospital is Victoria’s tertiary centre and caters for low to risk women. It offers world class care with a wide range of services.

The Women's Health Information

The Women’s – The Royal Women’s Hospital Victoria Australia

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG UK)

The RCOG produces guidelines as an aid to good clinical practice. The guidelines present recognised methods and techniques for clinical practice, based on published evidence, for consideration by obstetricians/gynaecologists and other relevant health professionals. A number of the RCOG guidelines are used in Australia.

Green-top Guidelines RCOG UK

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists