Baby Friendly's response to a recent New Scientist article questioning the value of breastfeeding and the Baby Friendly Initiative.
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At our 2015 conference, psychologist and parent educator Robin Grille gave his talk on Neuro-social evolution. This talk is available to view in full, with slides, below.
A US study shows very positive news about the reach of the work the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative has done during the coronavirus outbreak.
These quick, easy-to-use education refresher sheets can be used by staff working to deliver postnatal care during the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
A suite of resources, guidance sheets and more to support health professionals to provide care for parents and babies during the coronavirus crisis.
This quick reference guide helps health professionals to support mothers to maximise breastmilk and re-lactate during the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.
Europe's largest conference on infant feeding and relationship-building takes place in November each year, bringing together nearly 900 delegates and an inspiring programme of talks and exhibitions.
In a letter to the BMJ, experts have warned that cardboard baby boxes are being promoted for infant sleep as a safe alternative to more traditional cots, bassinets, or Moses baskets, without any evidence in place.
Building on her interview on Dispatches, Patti Rundall's guest blog discusses misleading marketing of breastmilk substitutes and how we can better protect families from commercial interests.
To mark 2018's National Breastfeeding Celebration Week in England, our Programme Director Sue Ashmore shares her thoughts on the role we must all play in supporting, protecting and promoting breastfeeding.