This updated Baby Friendly Breastfeeding and Relationship course includes the latest and emerging evidence around infant feeding and relationship building.
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Key facts about The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and what it means for health services in practice.
WHO and UNICEF have launched revised global Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative standards. The new guidance is underpinned by a resounding evidence that breastfeeding saves lives, with health benefits lasting well into adulthood.
Unicef UK's views on key issues including RCM's infant feeding position statement, tooth decay, vitamin D supplementation and supporting formula feeding parents.
Stage 3 for maternity services means that hospitals have supported mothers and babies with their infant feeding choices.
Achieving Stage 3 of accreditation is the final step in becoming Baby Friendly.
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.
A suite of resources, guidance sheets and more to support health professionals to provide care for parents and babies during the coronavirus crisis.
We have received a number of queries on a new piece of research on the release of microplastic particles during infant formula preparation.
Stage 3 for children's centres means ensuring that breastfeeding is protected and supported in all areas of the service and that pregnant women and parents are supported to build relationships with their baby.