Baby Friendly Annual Conference (Virtual)

23-24 NOVEMBER 2022

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Book now: This year’s Baby Friendly Annual Conference (Virtual) will take place on 23-24 November 2022.

This engaging online event will take place over two days this year and will feature longer talk times, giving delegates the chance to hear in-depth updates on recent research and innovations related to infant feeding and relationship building.

Delegates can also join live Q&As and are invited to present their latest work and research in the form of virtual posters at the event. Interactive new networking opportunities will also be made available so delegates can catch up between talks and after the conference.

Further details will be announced shortly, including speaker line-up, so please keep an eye on our news mailings and website.

Booking – Book now via Eventbrite

Your ticket price (£70pp) includes access on both days to the live event, plus on-demand access until 5pm 23rd December 2022 to view any talks you may have missed or wish to watch again.

A £5 discount (£65pp) is offered to all bookings made before 5pm 31st August or for groups of 10 or more booked and paid for together. Please note booking closes at 5pm 18th November 2022. 

To be invoiced (10 or more only), please download the Group Booking Spreadsheet on this page and return it with a Purchase Order to [email protected] Please only submit a Purchase Order if you are a group of 10 or more. 


2022 Annual Conference (Virtual)

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Group booking spreadsheet



We are pleased to announce our growing line-up of conference speakers and talk titles, including:

  • Latest updates on Sleep Safety and ‘Sleep, Baby & You’ Professor Helen L. Ball, Professor of Anthropology & Director, Durham Infancy & Sleep Centre, Durham University
  • Compassionate care: compassionate leadership Sheena Byrom, Midwife, Director, All4Maternity
  • How the marketing of formula milk influences our decisions on infant feeding Nigel C Rollins, Scientist, World Health Organization
  • Ultra processed foods – Vicky Sibson, Director, First Steps Nutrition Trust

For an idea of what to expect at our conference, we have published a series of speaker talks and preview blogs from prior years. See below and read more on our website here.