Lead nurses at Wrexham, Bangor and Glan Clywd show their continued to commitment to the Bliss Baby Charter through their attendance at our North Wales Baby Charter workshop.
Bliss trustee, Andrew Hobbs, awarded the team at William Harvey with their pledge of improvement certificate on Friday 3rd March 17. The unit have completed their first Bliss Baby Charter audit and this award is recognition for their commitment to improving the quality of family-centred care that they deliver on the unit. The unit are already making huge gains, as their success story demonstrates, and we are looking forward to seeing more developments in the near future on their journey to accreditation.
The Bliss Volunteer Assessor training in London (March 2017) was a huge success. The day brought together Healthcare professionals and parents who are commited to a high quality family-centred approach to care and ensuring that it is embedded across neonatal units. Delegates gained familiarity with their role and responsibiities and left feeling enthused to join our Bliss Baby Charter team. They will play a key role in the assessment process as they will assess and recommend units for accreditation.
The team at Northampton General Hospital were awarded with their pledge of improvement certificate by Bliss trustee Verity Buck (12th September 2017). This award celebrates and recognises the work the unit are doing to improve the quality of family-centred care delivered on the neonatal unit. The unit already have some examples of excellent family-centred practice in place including a monthly parent support group, a parent passport and a new breastfeeding initiative, Petal Patch, aimed at enhancing bonding during breastfeeding. Congratulations to Northampton - we look forward to learning more of your progress as you move towards Bliss Baby Charter accreditation.