Read our updated statement on co-sleeping, following the publication of NICE postnatal care guidelines
The Baby Friendly conference is now over for another year. Thanks to all our speakers, exhibitors and delegates for making it so successful.
Our sample pages for the Red Book are available to view and comment on. Please read them and fill out our survey by the 9th of January.
Parents’ views on care of their very premature babies in neonatal intensive care units: A qualitative study
Co-parenting breastfeeding support and exclusive breastfeeding: A randomised controlled trial
Midwives’ experiences with mother-infant skin-to-skin contact after a caesarean section
Booking is open for our neonatal conference, Taking neonatal care to the next level, in partnership with Bliss: Royal Institution, London, 19th of May 2015.
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.