Yearly Archives: 2015



Resources for parents, health care professionals and researchers

ISA is aiming to provide a high quality comprehensive source of information from across the world towards improving understanding and prevention of stillbirth for parents, health care professionals and the community with key information on some fundamental issues and questions regarding stillbirth as well as links to other relevant sites.  Please contact us if you would like to contribute to our growing international library of resources.  Thank you in advance for your contribution!


Stillbirth: The Basics for parents, families and the community

This article gives a layman’s overview of stillbirth which addresses some of the key choices parents should […]

August 26th, 2015|Resources|Comments Off on Resources

ISA Annual Conference 2015

ISA Annual Conference for 2015 will take place in Vancouver, Canada on Friday 2nd October. This year the conference will be hosted by Still Life Canada. Registration is now open for families, healthcare providers and researchers at the conference website below.
Visit the conference website here:

IMPROVE workshop
ISA and Still Life Canada are also pleased to run the IMproving Perinatal mortality Review and Outcomes Via Education (IMPROVE) workshop for local health care providers. This is a one-day workshop that be be held on Saturday 3rd October. To learn more an register for this workshop visit the conference website above.


May 10th, 2015|Conferences|Comments Off on ISA Annual Conference 2015

GS2.0 consultation 2015

Consultation for Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents’ Health (GS2.0)
Individuals and organisations were recently invited to submit their feedback on a series of Working Papers that will feed into the updating of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents’ Health. This strategy will, in a way, be a tool for implementation of the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), so it is all the more important that the strategy mentions stillbirth in many places, so the world does not forget.
The response submitted by ISA can be found here.
Our approach was to find every possible opportunity no matter how minor, […]

April 15th, 2015|Global action, Recognition of Stillbirths|Comments Off on GS2.0 consultation 2015