In this guest blog for the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative, Teri Gavin-Jones discusses cultural curiosity in maternity
Applications are now open for the 2024 Qualifications Framework Programme by the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative.
In this guest blog, Dr Aimee Grant discusses the differences Autistic people may experience when breastfeeding.
Book now: Discounted tickets to this year's Baby Friendly Annual Conference taking place in Harrogate ends 31 July.
A talk by Catriona Howard discussing infant feeding and prematurity is now available on the Baby Friendly website.
This year's Good Food for All Londoner’s report has been published, recognising councils for their work towards Baby Friendly accreditation.
Learn more about this revised BAPM Framework which outlines best practice use of donor human milk (DHM) for neonates in the UK.
This report explores the application of the National Infant Feeding Network as a support mechanism to influence infant feeding policy throughout the UK.
Becoming Breastfeeding Friendly describes the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative as a 'key driver' in infant feeding support and training.
BAPM's two-part toolkit supports the implementation of 10 core elements to optimise the provision of maternal breastmilk for preterm infants.