IMPROVE eLearning module
89 Degrees East worked closely with researchers and clinicians at the Stillbirth CRE to turn a 10 year old face-to-face training package into a dynamic and engaging eLearning module. Designed to support healthcare professionals responding to women and families who have experienced stillbirth, conduct perinatal autopsy and mortality reviews, and communicate with bereaved parents, this material is now able to be undertaken in any setting across the whole country.
IMPROVE contains six individual chapters of interactive learning, instructional videos and an assessment module. Overall the module takes around 2.5 hours to complete, and can be done at a pace that suits the learner.
The eLearning launch was then organised by 89 Degrees East through a virtual event that includes an overview of the content by Professor Adrienne Gordon, presentation by bereaved parent and Stillbirth Foundation Ambassador Ann-Maree Imrie, and formal launch by Nicole Flint MP on behalf of Federal Minister for Health, Greg Hunt.