“ISA Members Present”, a bi-monthly digital meeting exclusive to ISA Members, was launched in March 2022 to provide a forum for ISA members to present their work to other members. These meetings are chaired by an ISA Board Member. This forum is an excellent opportunity to share lessons learnt, to engage with our ISA global community or to get feedback to questions you thus far have not found answers to.

If the presenter permits, ISA Members Present meetings are recorded and recordings made available
to all ISA members who could not participate.

We welcome unsolicited presentations. If you are an ISA member and would like to present in this forum, please email info@stillbirthalliance.org and we will get in touch.

Please see the list below to get an idea of the range of topics we have covered in the past.

Presenter Topic
Samantha Banerjee (USA)
Kickstarting a Movement to Save Babies' Lives: How PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy is Fighting to Make Stillbirth Prevention a Priority in the US
Linda Vanotoo (Ghana)
Breaking the silence about provision of care after pregnancy loss
Marta Cohen (UK) & Harvey J. Kliman (USA)
The placenta in focus, two leading perinatal pathologists present
Eva Zsak (Italy)
Professional and personal difficulties healthcare professionals experience in perinatal death events
Mary Kinney (South Africa)
We know the barriers but what are the solutions for Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response? Lessons from South Africa
Sue Steen (USA) & Treasure Nsubuga Lwantale (Uganda)
Implementing a perinatal bereavement care program in a LMIC
Nicole Alston (USA)
Skye
Marti Perhach & James A. McGregor
Group B Strep Disease and Stillbirth
Adrienne Gordon
The elephant in the room: the challenge of obesity and weight stigma in the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcome
Bharti Sharma & Neelam Aggarwal
Mourning and burial practices following stillbirths: A qualitative study from Haryana, India
Denise Kekimuri
Couples grieving a child
Karen Burgess - Petals Charity
Supporting traumatic grief following baby loss
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