The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly team would like to extend a huge thank you to all the delegates and speakers who attended our Virtual Neonatal Conference on 15th June 2021.
Results from a new study coordinated by the WHO demonstrates that immediate initiation of kangaroo mother care post-birth improves survival outcomes for preterm or low-weight babies.
The Global Breastfeeding Collective welcomes you to join the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the Code.
Baby Friendly announces the 18 neonatal units selected to take part in the National Neonatal Project
After a competitive application process, Baby Friendly announces the 18 neonatal units selected to take part in the National Neonatal Project
Updated Public Health England guidance provides a place-based approach to meet the challenges faced by public health and the health and social care system.
New report published: The Early Years Healthy Development Review Report – A Vision for the 1,001 Critical Days
The Early Years Healthy Development Review Report focuses on infants’ first 1,001 critical days, starting from pregnancy through to the age of two.
New research has been published discussing the rising concerns of mother–infant transmission of Covid-19 through breastfeeding and close contact.
New research shows Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative offers comprehensible, manageable and meaningful support for staff and service users
New research shows the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative offers comprehensible, manageable and meaningful support for staff and service users, strengthened by effective, local leadership and a team approach
Karen Read, Unicef UK Baby Friendly Professional Lead for Neonatal speaks at the BAPM Webinar - Optimising Early Maternal Breast Milk for Preterm Infants.
Angela Madden PhD RD discusses the development of the Unicef UK Baby Friendly dietetic learning outcomes and new learning pack.