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Bliss’ response to the NNAP report

Kalisha Patel 20 September 2017
Read Bliss' response to the annual report of the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP), that uses data collected from neonatal units across the UK to make recommendations to improve standards of neonatal care. Read More

Frimley Park neonatal unit receives Bliss Baby Charter Accreditation

Matt Keegan 06 September 2017
Bliss Trustee Sarah Mullen presents the team with their certificate
The neonatal unit at Frimley Park Hospital has become the third in the United Kingdom to gain official Bliss Baby Charter accreditation for delivering high quality family-centred care. Read More

Bliss responds to new Government advice to help support working parents with premature babies

Matt Keegan 05 September 2017
A dad with his baby on a neonatal unit
New advice for employers to help them support staff who have premature or sick babies has been released by Acas and the Government today. Read our response. Read More

Bliss Scotland volunteer receives local hero award

Kalisha Patel 31 August 2017
Coady Dorman receiving her local hero award
Broxburn mum Coady Dorman, who is a volunteer for Bliss Scotland, has taken on the mantle of this month’s Local Hero after raising much-needed funds and awareness for the charity, following the premature birth of her son Matthew at 29 weeks in 2013. Read More

The State Of Child Health report: Bliss' response

Matt Keegan 17 August 2017
A hospital corridor
A new report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has found that more than 40 per cent of neonatal units in Scotland were forced to close their doors to new admissions because of staff shortages in the 12 months to October 2016. Read out response. Read More

Film your neonatal experience for Bliss

Kalisha Patel 10 August 2017
This World Prematurity Day (17 November) we would like to create a video to show people what it is like to have a premature baby in neonatal care. Find out how you can get involved here. Read More