Stillbirth in the Swedish context

A post from the Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group stillbirths series by Sofia Säterskog My son was born dead.   It was a warm summer’s day in Stockholm, July 2013. We were expecting our first baby and naming him August. We had celebrated Swedish Midsummer and were now just waiting for...

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Training nurses for improved neonatal care in Haiti

By Alka Dev In 1804, Haiti defeated its French colonizers to become the first Black nation to gain independence due to a large and successful slave rebellion. While the country was free to promote human rights, universal citizenship, and participation in government, development in Haiti has been a broad challenge....

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When advocacy works: The case of the Australian Stillbirth Senate Inquiry

A post from the Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group stillbirths series by Danielle Pollock “The best partnerships aren't dependent on a mere common goal but a shared path of equality, desire, and no small amount of passion.” Sarah MacLean   As a bereaved parent and stillbirth researcher, I believe that the...

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From invisibility to visibility: Global initiatives make progress in incorporating stillbirths into their publications

A post from the Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group stillbirths series by Paula Quigley In 2016, The Lancet’s Ending preventable stillbirth series presented a call to action to end preventable stillbirths by 2030. One simple action was for global partners to appropriately integrate stillbirths in women’s and children’s health initiatives, action...

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