Blog – Stillbirth Matters

Raising Awareness:  What’s the point??

by Lindsey J. Wimmer, MSN,CPNP, CPLC October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.  It has been a wonderful time for families to share their stories and encourage others to do the same.  But,

Recurrent Miscarriage – Barbara Toppin, MD

  In this podcast episode Chris Duffy interviews Dr. Barbara Toppin on the topics of recurrent miscarriage and thrombophilia (clotting disorders) in pregnancy. Barbara Toppin, MD Dr. Toppin graduated from Wellesley College. She received her

How I’ve Changed…….

By Lindsey Wimmer, MSN, CPNP, CPLC I am not the same person I was before my son died.  I’ve changed. Some of that can be attributed to having more children and being older. But there

No one is immune….. Katy Segal tells her story.

Stillbirth is a non-discriminatory destroyer of dreams – it doesn’t matter what your race, color, creed, marital status, age or religion is – whether you’re short or tall, whether you like chocolate or broccoli, gorgeous

Jane Warland, RN, RM, PhD

Episode 5 – 0817 Episode 5 – In this podcast episode Chris Duffy interviews Dr. Jane Warland of Adelaide, Australia.   Dr Warland is a registered midwife and lecturer in midwifery at the University of

Stillbirth Summit 2017

by Lindsey J. Wimmer, RN, MSN, PHN, CPNP, CPLC I wasn’t going to write a blog this month because I felt like there were so many wonderful things that happened at the Stillbirth Summit –

Junichi Hasegawa, MD, PhD

Episode 4 – 0717 Episode 4 – In this podcast episode Chris Duffy interviews Dr. Junichi Hasegawa of Tokyo Japan.  Dr. Hasegawa is an Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at St.

Alexander Heazell, MBCHB, PHD, MRCOG

Episode 3 – 0617 Episode 3 – In this episode, Chris Duffy interviews Dr. Alexander Heazell of the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom.  Dr. Heazell is a stillbirth father himself and has dedicated

What is a parent?

by Lindsey J. Wimmer, RN, MSN, CPNP, CPLC This month we will be ‘celebrating’ Mother’s Day.  And next month we will follow it by ‘celebrating’ Father’s Day.  I use that term cautiously because there are

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