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

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

Stillbirth Research Data Base

List of stillbirth research projects

Below is a list of all stillbirth research projects entered into this data base so far. By clicking on any column head, the sequence of projects can be changed in ascending or descending order. The list can be filtered by clicking any alphabetic character in the row on top of the list, or by entering a search word. A click on the study title opens a window with full information on the selected project.

More information about the background of the Stillbirth Research Data Base is available here. If you would like to make a new entry to the data base, you are welcome to do so after changing to this page.

Stillbirth database

TitleOther investigators/collaboratorsStatus(expected) Year of completion
Fetal response to maternal sleep positionChris Wilkinson, Jane Warland, Janna Morrison, Jill Dorrian, Kurt Lushington, Louise O’Brien, James Martin, Declan Kennedy, Yvonne Pamula, Svetlana BogomolovaIn Progress2016
Study of Trends and Associated Risks for Stillbirth (STARS)STARS consortium listed in alphabetical order: Collins JH, Heazell AEP, Huberty JL, Kliman HJ, McGregor JA, Mitchell EA, O’Brien LM, Parast M, Peesay M, Stacey T, Warland J, Wimmer LJ.In Progress2016
The Midland and North of ENgland Stillbirth Study (MiNESS)Dr Alexander Heazell. Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Obstetrics, Clinical Director of the Tommy's Research Centre (University of Manchester)Professor Ed Mitchell. Professor of Child Health Research (University of Auckland). Department of Paediatrics, University of Auckland. Dr Tomasina Stacey. Lecturer in Maternal care. Univerity of Leeds.Dr Bill Martin. Consultant in Maternal Fetal Medicine (NHS) Birmingham Women’s Hospital. Dr Devender Roberts. Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine. Maternity and Imaging Dept. Liverpool Women’s Hospital. Professor Lesley McCowan. Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. University of Auckland.In Progress2016
The New Zealand Multi-centre Stillbirth StudyProf. Lesley McCowanAssoc Prof John ThompsonMs Robin CroninMs Billie BradfordProf. Edwin MitchellDr. Alec EkeromaAssoc Prof. Beverley LawtonIn Progress2016
Baby Loss Surveys at www.Babylosssurvey.comStudy Team:Pat Flynn PHD - First Breath and Loss Doulas InternationalDonna Murphy LPTA, BLD - Loss Doulas International & President of Heaven’s Gain LLC.Study Coordinators:Pat Flynn PHD - First Breath and Loss Doulas InternationalDonna Murphy LPTA, BLD - Loss Doulas International & President of Heaven’s Gain LLC.Mary Burwinkel MD Susan Meyer RNJulian Hein BS - IT ConsultantIn Progress2018
Estimated Placental Volume ResearchKit App StudyHarvey Kliman, Yale UniversityIn Progress2020

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