Research Study about the Effects of Support Group Participation on Women Experiencing Sudden Intrauterine Death (stillbirth)
from Joanne Cacciatore-Garard, C.T., MSW, Cand.

A research study funded by the MISS Foundation is underway focusing on how to improve psychosocial intervention and support for women experiencing stillbirth.

This study is for women who have had a stillborn baby born past 20 completed weeks gestation. Any woman who has had a stillborn infant at any time in the past may respond. No time restrictions apply.

Parents who volunteer to participate will be asked to complete a brief survey about the experience and the efficacy of support mechanisms.

This is an anonymous survey - you will not put your name or the hospital name on it. It should take about 30-45 minutes of your time.

If you are interested in volunteering to complete this survey or if you would like to learn more about this study, please contact the researcher in charge, Joanne Cacciatore-Garard, C.T., MSW, Cand. Joanne can be reached by telephone at 623.979.1000, by email at Thank you.

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