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Bliss response to MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report

Matt Keegan 22 June 2017
Staff on neonatal unit
Read Bliss' response to the MBRRACE-UK's Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report 2015, which sets out the latest figures for stillbirths and neonatal deaths across the UK. Read More

Each Baby Counts report: Bliss' response

Matt Keegan 21 June 2017
Baby feet
Read Bliss' response to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists' Each Baby Counts report, which looked at the cases of 1,136 babies born in 2015 who were stillborn, died within seven days after birth or who suffered a severe brain injury. Read More

General Election 2017 – what parties have to say about premature and sick babies

Matt Keegan 18 May 2017
Baby in a unit
We have been reviweing the Convervative, Labour and Liberal Democrat manifestos to see what the main parties have to say about the issues that matter to babies born premature or sick. Read More

Zoe's story

Kalisha Patel 28 April 2017
Zoes baby at home
At her 20 week scan, Zoe was told by her doctor the chances of her babies' survival were unlikely. Fortunately, Zoe gave birth to her baby boy after 28 weeks. Her son spend 113 days in neonatal care before coming home. Here, she tells her story. Read More

RCPCH report reveals shortages of nurses and doctors

Matt Keegan 27 April 2017
Baby in incubator with nurse
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) have released their "The State of Child Health: The Paediatric Workforce" report today, highlighting shortages of nurses and doctors. Read More

Bliss supports launch of new smallest ever nappy in the UK

Matt Keegan 26 April 2017
Pampers Preemie Protection nappies
We are proud to partner with Pampers to support the launch of the UK's smallest every nappy. The launch initially aims to get the nappies to the babies that need them, partnering with a limited number of hospitals across the country, before being rolled out nationwide to all UK hospitals from summer 2017. Read More