The question prioritisation survey closed on 26th January 2015. Thank you to those (over 1000 people) who completed this question prioritisation survey.We have grouped the suggestions we received from this first survey into a shorter list of summary questions, and tried to identify the most important ones based on the number of people suggesting them and the ones that were suggested by both parents and professionals. We will now be asking parents, professionals and anyone affected by stillbirth to help us to further prioritise the shortlist of 40 questions in this survey, by telling us the ten unanswered questions about stillbirth that are most important to them. This request will be active on this page from December 17th 2014.We will be delighted to keep you informed about the further progress of the StillbirthPSP, and will do so if you completed the survey and have not advised us that you do not wish to receive any further updates. If you encountered any problems whilst completing the survey, please contact us.Please note that by participating in this survey you agreedsto allow us to publish the questions you identify in the UK Database of Uncertainties about the Effects of Treatments (UK DUETs – www.library.nhs.uk/duets). Your name or organisation will not be published.