Hear from prominent researchers and health professionals in the stillbirth field who are currently undertaking groundbreaking research projects, and hear the latest in the field of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) at the Inaugural Red Nose Research Series in Melbourne this December.
The speakers at the event will be:
- Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck: Preventing term stillbirth in South Asian born mothers
- Dr Maryam Mozooni: The effect of migration and acculturation on risk of stillbirth in Western Australia
- Dr Adrienne Gordon: Sleep in Pregnancy Pilot Trial (SLiPP)
- Prof Heather Jeffery: Update on SUDI: the past, present and the future
The Inaugural Red Nose Research Series brings together leading researchers and health professionals who are working towards reducing the unacceptably high loss of lives to stillbirth and SUDI. Stillbirth is a significant health issue worldwide, which is multifactorial and includes biological, social and service-related factors all contributing to the risks. Research into the development of test prevention strategies needs to occur and actions to drive findings into practice ensue. In addition, targeted education, which is robust, is essential to the success of our mission to reduce stillbirth rates. Whilst the rates of SUDI have reduced dramatically, the focus on continued education and research is paramount to eradicate both SUDI and stillbirth.
Tickets and registration
Tickets are strictly limited. Please register your interest for an official invitation to this free catered event at: rednose.com.au/forms/rnrs
Monday 3 December, 6pm-8.30pm, Jim Stynes Room, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
Full details are available on the event flyer (PDF).
Red Nose invites those interested in sponsoring this research series to contact: Lisa Box, Red Nose National Partnerships Manager – email@example.com