What I’ve been reading in October 2018
This is the start of a regular series where I’ll update on the books, articles, papers and other things I’ve been reading on babyloss.
October. What a month! There has been so much coverage on baby loss issues it’s been difficult to keep up. I hope you find the following useful. (Remember if anything isn’t open access, please message the lead/corresponding authors and they can help you).
Hansard’s record of the All Party Parliamentary Group debate on Babyloss in the UK Parliament (9 October 2018)
Childbearing women’s experiences of midwives’ workplace distress: Patient and public involvement. British Journal of Midwifery.
PARENTS 2 Study: consensus report for parental engagement in the perinatal mortality review process. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Reports, guidance and standards
Resources for loss – You are not alone by Tiffany Sostar.
Call for research participants for the iCHOOSE study (will involve being interviewed about stillbirth)