Bliss, in partnership with Sands and a team at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Oxford have conducted the first national survey of women whose baby was stillborn or died soon after birth.
This April a study by a group at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit in Oxford and supported by Bliss and Sands will be presented at the Royal Society for Medicine.
The study looked at the experiences of women whose baby was stillborn or who had died shortly after birth and is the first of its kind in England. The research will help us to understand the experiences of families coping with such a loss, as well as how services could be improved.
On the day researchers will present their research as well as sessions which look at health care providers views, as well as hearing from Bliss and Sands.
To find out more about the event please go to rsm.ac.uk/academ/mbe02
Although this meeting is aimed at a professional audience members of the public are welcome
Discounted rates are available on request to parents and families that have been affected by this issue. To request a booking form please email email@example.com