Off to the best start
The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative and the Department of Health have published this leaflet to help health professionals to implement the Baby Friendly best practice standards.
Introducing solid foods
The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative and the Department of Health have published this leaflet to help parents who are introducing solid food to their baby.
Guide to bottle feeding
The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative has worked with the Department of Health to produce this leaflet, which is intended to support health professionals when educating parents who have chosen to bottle feed in the post-natal period.
A guide to infant formula for parents who are bottle feeding
This guide is an impartial introduction to the different types of infant formula available and also covers feeding methods, recognising when your baby is hungry or full, weight gain and selecting bottles and teats.
Caring for your baby at night
This leaflet, endorsed by the CPHVA, RCM and FSID, is designed to offer helpful, practical advice on coping at night.
Reduce the risk of cot death
The Scottish Department of Health has produced this new leaflet about reducing the risk of cot death.
Breastfeeding at study or work
This leaflet explains how you can breastfeed and work.
Preparing a bottle feed using baby milk powder
An information sheet to help parents who have chosen to bottle feed their babies to do so as safely as possible.
Sterilising baby feeding equipment
Information to help parents who have chosen to bottle feed their babies to do so as safely as possible.
Department of Health breastfeeding care pathway - For Mothers
The Department of Health, with support from the Baby Friendly Initiative, has produced two breastfeeding care pathways for mothers and health professionals.
Donations to UNICEF UK do not fund the Baby Friendly Initiative, the expenses of the Baby Friendly Initiative are covered by the costs of training and assessment. No element of profit for UNICEF or the baby friendly initiative is included in these costs. © 2010 UNICEF UK.