About the project and the involvement opportunity
As a part of meeting identified priorities contained within the National Stillbirth Action and Implementation Plan to help reduce national stillbirth rates and better support grieving families, PathWest and midwives and researchers at Curtin University, are developing a program of activities and resources to support an increase in the rate of stillbirth autopsies and associated investigations in Western Australia.
About the position
Researchers are seeking the input of a small group of parents who have experienced stillbirth to advise the development of activities and interventions to increase awareness and uptake of stillbirth autopsies and investigations.
What am I expected to do?
As a Consumer Representative, you will meet with the research team and use your lived experience to inform the development of resources.
What skills or experience do I need?
Researchers are seeking parents who have experienced stillbirth.
How long am I expected to be involved?
Meetings will be held monthly. The project is expected to be completed by July 2022.
Where will meetings be held?
Virtual (via MS Teams) or face-to-face at the PathWest offices in the PCH.
What support is offered?
$37.50 per hour honorarium. Training and support is offered by the Consumer and Community Involvement Program.
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