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The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Portsmouth’s Queen Alexandra Hospital today becomes only the second unit in the UK to gain accreditation for its family-centred care under the Bliss Baby Charter.
Steve Reed MP has introduced his Maternity and Paternity (Premature Birth) Bill, which would extend parental leave for the parents of premature babies.
Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, has announced new initiatives to improve safety in maternity and newborn safety over the next year.
Last night, Stephen Hammond MP led an adjournment debate in the House of Commons, calling on the government to make the vital amends to the School Admissions Code which were promised last year- these include allowing the use of due date, rather than date of birth when making admissions decisions.
Thousands of parents are being prevented from having close involvement in their babies’ neonatal care due to a widespread lack of support services for families, according to our latest report.
We were joined by representatives from The Lullaby Trust and TAMBA to hand in our open letter to NHS England, calling for a review of funding levels for neonatal care so that services meet safety and quality standards.
Do you know your baby has #MoreThanaCold? As winter approaches the risk of bronchiolitis infections will rise. For… https://t.co/t6AvX35EvT
Do you have a place in the Brighton Marathon? Run for team Bliss and support babies born premature or sick.… https://t.co/WsFZJYQLK8
We hope you’ve been enjoying the snow! Babies born premature or sick can be more vulnerable to colds this time of y… https://t.co/JSkND5XaE8