Information for parents – Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard

The Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard describes the health care that should be provided to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, from before pregnancy to after a stillbirth occurs. It also addresses bereavement care for parents who have experienced any perinatal loss. Find out more about what the standard means, and the other resources available.

Quality statements – Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard

The Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard contains ten quality statements describing the care that should be provided to women who are pregnant or planning pregnancy, from preconception to after a stillbirth occurs. It also addresses bereavement care for parents who have experienced any form of perinatal loss.

Indicators for the Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard

Indicators have been developed to support monitoring of the care recommended in the Stillbirth Clinical Care Standard. Clinicians and healthcare services can use the indicators to support local quality improvement activities.

Information for consumers – Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard

The Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard describes the care that you can expect to receive if you go to a primary healthcare provider or a hospital emergency department with a new episode of low back pain. This could be new pain or a flare-up of an ongoing problem. Find out more about what the standard means for consumers and the other resources available. 

Indicators for the Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard

Indicators have been developed to support monitoring of the care recommended in the Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard. Clinicians and healthcare services can use the indicators to support local quality improvement activities.

Quality statements – Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard

The Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard contains eight quality statements describing the care that should be received by patients aged 16 years and over who present with low back pain, with or without leg pain.

It may be applied in all healthcare settings where such care is provided, but is particularly relevant to primary healthcare services and emergency departments.