An international internet survey of the experiences of 1,714 mothers with a late stillbirth: the STARS cohort study

@inproceedings{Warland2015AnII,
  title={An international internet survey of the experiences of 1,714 mothers with a late stillbirth: the STARS cohort study},
  author={Jane Warland and Louise M. O’Brien and Alexander E P Heazell and Edwin A Mitchell},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Stillbirth occurring after 28 weeks gestation affects between 1.5-4.5 per 1,000 births in high-income countries. The majority of stillbirths in this setting occur in women without risk factors. In addition, many established risk factors such as nulliparity and maternal age are not amenable to modification during pregnancy. Identification of other risk factors which could be amenable to change in pregnancy should be a priority in stillbirth prevention research. Therefore, this study… CONTINUE READING