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Journal Vol. 27, No. 3 — Stillbirth

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

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Caring for parents
Gill Boden, Debbie Chippington Derrick and Shane Ridley talk about stillbirth

What happens next?
Brenda van der Kooy looks at the importance of giving parents time to decide

A stillbirth legacy
Nicky Heppenstall shares why she became a volunteer remembrance photographer

One chance to get it right
Amanda Hunter talks about providing bereavement care after stillbirth or the death of a baby

Stillbirth support resources
Shane Ridley highlights good support organisations and their websites

Perinatal mortality
Beverley Beech comments on the MBRRACE Perinatal Surveillance Report

One-to-one care
Lulu Stacey shares her experience of supportive midwifery in a case-loading practice

My story
Heather talks about creating memories of her son Raymond

Memories of George
Radka Elliott wrote this piece only two days after George's birth

After stillbirth
Shane Ridley reflects on her very positive experience of receiving support

Women and midwives working together
Olivia Lester report on the AIMS talk by Mavis Kirkham

Research:
Gemma McKenzie and Nadia Higson review

Book Reviews:

Also in this issue:
The Birth Project Paintings, About the Quilt Cover illustration

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