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Public Health Agency of Canada. Perinatal Health Indicators.

Franks Z, Nightingale R (2014). Decreased fetal movements: a practical approach in a primary care setting. Australian Family Physician 43(11):782-785.

Government of Scotland (2017). The Best Start: A Five-Year Forward Plan for Maternity and Neonatal Care in Scotland.

Heazell A (2012). Reduced Fetal Movements. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 12 (Suppl 1):A10

International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Report reveals global stillbirth rates. News Release 19 Jan 2016.

International Stillbirth Alliance (2017). Position Statement on Decreased Fetal Movements.

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Officer for Maternity and Women’s Health.

MBRRACE-UK. Mothers and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audits and Confidential Enquiries across the UK. Page Web.

National Health Service England (2019). Saving Babies’ Lives Version Two: A care bundle for reducing perinatal mortality.

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Tveit JV, Saastad E, Stray-Pedersen B, et al. (2009) Reduction of late stillbirth with the introduction of fetal movement information and guidelines – a clinical quality improvement. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 9:32.’s mission is to inform parents and health care professionals about the importance of a baby’s movements during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy in the hopes of reducing the number of stillbirths in Canada.

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