ISPID

International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death

The International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID) is a not-for-profit organization that is leading the world in discovering evidence-based preventive measures for stillbirth and sudden infant death. ISPID also works to promote improved quality, standardization of care for bereaved parents, and networking families, professionals, and scientists through resource sharing.

ISPID is devoted to the exchange of information among bereaved families, scientists, and other specialists in the field of perinatal and infant health and death, as well as educating the community at large. ISPID's activities include:

  • promote educational workshops, training programs and cooperative studies for parents, professionals, and researchers
  • share resources and networking for professionals, bereaved families, and scientists
  • give awards, fellowships and travel grants to researchers
  • hold meetings and biennial conferences

ISPID has been dedicated for decades to research on infant survival and the support of bereaved families. You may want to download the ISPID Membership Brochure for a brief overview or read the ISPID website for more detailed information on what ISPID is about.

If you would like to support ISPID by making a donation, you are very welcome to do so after changing to this page.

The International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID) is a not-for-profit organization that is leading the world in discovering evidence-based preventive measures for stillbirth and sudden infant death. ISPID also works to promote improved quality, standardization of care for bereaved parents, and networking families, professionals, and scientists through resource sharing.

ISPID is devoted to the exchange of information among bereaved families, scientists, and other specialists in the field of perinatal and infant health and death, as well as educating the community at large. ISPID's activities include:

  • promote educational workshops, training programs and cooperative studies for parents, professionals, and researchers
  • share resources and networking for professionals, bereaved families, and scientists
  • give awards, fellowships and travel grants to researchers
  • hold meetings and biennial conferences

ISPID has been dedicated for decades to research on infant survival and the support of bereaved families. You may want to download the ISPID Membership Brochure for a brief overview or read the ISPID website for more detailed information on what ISPID is about.

If you would like to support ISPID by making a donation, you are very welcome to do so after changing to this page.


Latest News

23 Mar 2017

The program of this year's Soria Moria Meeting on Pediatric & Clinical Forensic Medicine,...


11 Mar 2017
Members
Board Minutes Available

Minutes of the ISPID Executive Board's meeting in January 2017 are available in the Members Area....


26 Feb 2017

This year's Stillbirth Summit will be convened from 21-23 June 2017 in Bloomington, MN (USA)....