Stephanie Azri has been researching the topic of emotional support after a prenatal diagnosis and its impact on families since 2002, the year her own daughter passed away from Potter's Syndrome.
Her research assisted her in writing "High Risk Pregnancy and Foetal Diagnosis; your journey" and to provide better services for families going through this trauma.
Stephanie is currently in the final stages of her PhD from the school of Social Work at Griffith University. Her thesis "Prenatal diagnosis and psychosocial support; A study on the effects of psycho-social support on women's well being after a prenatal diagnosis" is currently in its write up stage.
Professionals are warmly invited to contact Stephanie for more information. All information and work is welcome to be shared transparently to any professionals.
They are welcome to contact Stephanie for further information.
Academic journal articles can be accessed here