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This collection of resources is the result of consultation between the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) and an Expert Working Group (EWG). The EWG consisted of midwives, researchers/subject experts, neonatologists, obstetricians and gynaecologists, maternal health carers and consumer representatives.
To identify resources that would be appropriate for inclusion, the AIHW undertook a review of web pages from Australian and international organisations with knowledge and experience on providing advice on psychosocial issues during pregnancy. Examples include clinical and practice guidelines, factsheets, information on support services, blogs, and educational videos. Identified resources were evaluated against criteria assessing their relevance, accuracy, currency, authority and reliability, and tone. Only resources that were deemed to meet a high standard in all of these areas have been included in this collection.
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