Stillbirth and Newborn Death

Examines and helps parents cope with the processes of loss and grieving, whether their child is stillborn or passes as a newborn infant. The authors collaborating are from The Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children and Royal North Shore Hospital.

From the book:

"Grief can be a shattering experience. It may leave an ache which is always there but at the same time it can reveal things about ourselves, make us reassess the things that matter and get a new perspective on life. And in a strange way the loss gives something and does not only take away"        (Sheila Kitzinger)



Additional Information


ISBN 10:

Audience:  Parents

Format:  Paperback

Language:  English

Date published:  1987

Publisher:  Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children

Country of publication:  Australia

Peter Barr and Deborah de Wilde