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This Australia’s mothers and babies web report was prepared by Joshua Alexander, Denae Cotter, Kyle Miller and Kathryn Sedgwick of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), with valuable input from Louise Catanzariti, Bernice Cropper, Deanna Eldridge and Louise Gates.
The Stillbirths and neonatal deaths and Maternal deaths web articles were prepared by Alana Cameron, Cynthia Parayiwa and Michelle Welch of the AIHW, with valuable input from Louise Catanzariti, Fleur De Crespigny, Deanna Eldridge and Michael Humphrey AM. The AIHW acknowledges the significant contributions of Jacqueline Rek and Lauren McFarlane to previous releases of these articles.
A large number of stakeholders provided valuable advice and input to the National Perinatal Data Collection, the National Perinatal Mortality Data Collection, the National Maternal Mortality Data Collection and to this report, including the National Perinatal Data Development Committee and the National Maternal and Perinatal Mortality Clinical Expert Group.
In particular, the following staff from the state and territory health departments who provided data and reviewed this report:
The AIHW also acknowledges the time, effort and expertise of all clinical staff in collecting and providing the data for the NPDC, the NPMDC and the NMMDC.
Parts of this report were funded by the Department of Health as a component of the National Maternity Data Development Project.
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