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Improving support for women with diabetes after a baby loss

November 2020
July 2021
Online study
Newcastle University
Improving care between pregnancies for women with diabetes who have had a pregnancy loss

Researchers at Newcastle University would like to speak to women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes who have experienced baby loss (a stillbirth, miscarriage, neonatal death or termination of pregnancy for medical reasons), and healthcare professionals who care for them, to take part in a one-off remote interview as part of a research study. 

The study aims to understand what it was like to become pregnant after experiencing baby loss and explore the perspectives of healthcare professionals. This will help to develop recommendations aimed at improving the support provided to women with diabetes after a baby loss and improve preparation for their future pregnancies.

You can find more information if you're woman with diabetes or healthcare professional or contact Ella Dyer at e.dyer2@ncl.ac.uk
 

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