As a health professional, you can do a great deal to ensure parents minimize their risks of stillbirth and ensure that the memories of the parents who do experience the death of a baby are as positive as possible. Here we provide you with resources to support you in the care you give.

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Guidance for miscarriages that occur at home

This guidance note is intended to provide support and information in circumstances where a miscarriage occurs at home with no...
Listening to parents report

Listening to Parents Report

The National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) has published Listening to parents. This is the first national survey of bereaved parents’...
The Sands Audit Tool for maternity services: Caring for parents whose baby has died

The Sands Audit Tool for maternity services: Caring for parents whose baby has died

The Sands Audit Tool for maternity services: Caring for parents whose baby has died was developed to help those responsible...
What happens at a post-mortem – procedures and timings

What happens at a post-mortem – procedures and timings

What happens at a hospital post-mortem on a baby – procedures and timings covers the general testing procedures which take...