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Following the publication of the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative statement on infant feeding during the Covid-19 outbreak, we have now produced a quick reference guide for health professionals on supporting mothers to maximise the amount of breastmilk they are able to give or to re-lactate if they have stopped… Read More
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Infant Feeding and Inequalities (APPGIFI) launches findings from their inquiry into the financial impact of infant formula on family budgets in the UK.
Psychologist and parent educator Robin Grille talks about neuro-social evolution. This talk is available to view in full, with slides.
These Ukrainian infosheets on breastfeeding and bottle feeding can be used to support parents feeding and responding to their baby.
Learn more about what it means to become a Qualified Leader as part of the Qualifications Framework Programme.
A new report commissioned by First Steps Nutrition Trust undertakes an evaluation to parents’ perceptions of marketing of infant milks from a UK perspective.
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.
This guide helps health professionals to support mothers to maximise breastmilk and engage in re-lactation.
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.