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eLearning & Resources for Maternity Healthcare Professionals
Education and resources dedicated to preventing stillbirth and improving health and social outcomes for women.
Over 13,000 clinicians across Australia have completed the Safer Baby Bundle or IMPROVE eLearning modules.
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Clinical practice guides

Workshops and webinars

Safer Baby Bundle Update 2023



The Stillbirth CRE has developed a suite of parent resources and number of resources for clinicians to guide clinical care based on best practice evidence. These are available to download at no cost.

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Workshops and webinars

Thanks to our partners

Mater Research Institute, University of Queensland, is the coordinating centre of the Stillbirth CRE.

The Safer Baby Bundle has been developed by the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth (Stillbirth CRE) in collaboration with and support from:

Kolling Queensland University ACNN Anznn Crana Plus Red Nose Health NSW Griffith University Clinical Excellence Division The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Australian College of Midwives Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine Burnet Institute Bears of hope South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute Sands International stillbirth alliance Safer Care Victoria Still Aware Stillbirth Foundation AUSTRALIA NSW Government CLINICAL EXCELLENCE COMMISSION Mater Research MONASH University PERINATAL SOCIETY of Australia & New Zealand THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE AUSTRALASIA

Acknowledgement of Country

The Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land and their ongoing custodianship. We pay our respects to their Ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to Country.
We acknowledge the diversity across Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, language and practices and that it is vital that all health care services respectfully manage protocol and provide a culturally positive health care experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.