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Care Around Stillbirth and Neonatal Death (CASaND) Clinical Practice Guideline

Parent versions of the guideline

Guiding Conversations

Guiding Conversations is a companion resource to this guideline and is designed to support parents and assist healthcare professionals as they navigate difficult conversations and decisions around the time of a baby’s death. This parent version of the guideline gives parents access to evidence-based information about care around stillbirth and neonatal death in an appropriate and sensitive way. Guiding Conversations is based on extensive consultation with parents and healthcare professionals and follows established processes for developing parent-centred information, such as discussion prompts to enhance parent-centred decision making.

Jiba Pepeny (Star Baby) for Aboriginal people

Jiba Pepeny is a resource made by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people. As Aboriginal people, we sadly have higher rates of bubs born sleeping than our non-Indigenous friends.

We know as Aboriginal people, we do best when we are together. Whether that is in celebration and joy, or hard times and grief. We know supporting and being there for each other, with our Aboriginal ways of knowing, being and doing is what gets us through our grief and pain, and what supports us healing.

This resource is to help Aboriginal people through the Sorry Business of losing their bub.

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Western Pacific Regional Office of the International Stillbirth Alliance
Coordinating Centre, Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Alliance, Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand

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Mater Research Institute
Raymond Terrace,
South Brisbane QLD 4101
The University of Queensland Faculty of Medicine

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