Baby Lifeline was delighted to be included in a the panel discussion at today’s inquiry hearing into maternity safety in England.
MBRRACE-UK Reports: Improvements to care may have made a difference to over half of babies and mothers who died.
Whilst tragedies in maternity care are thankfully rare, far too many are preventable. At Baby Lifeline, it is our mission to make sure NHS professionals have the tools they need to improve care and save lives.
Baby Lifeline welcomes the rapid and positive response to the Ockenden Review recommendations.
Baby Lifeline is delighted to join an array of charities with the common cause of making pregnancy and birth safer.
Baby Lifeline welcomes the NHS guidance which urges NHS hospitals to allow women to have a supporting person with them throughout their care.
Yesterday saw the long-awaited publication of the Ockenden Review, and whilst the findings were sadly not surprising or new, the content was harrowing.
As we move towards the end of a hard year, maternity safety continues to be in the spotlight. The NHS needs more support to be able to make the necessary changes and improve maternity safety.
Baby Lifeline is pleased to announce that we are part of a unique product line-up for Christmas 2020, alongside 47 other charities. The feel-good festive
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As a leading maternity charity, Baby Lifeline has worked with maternity professionals across the country for 40 years helping to support safer maternity care. In
Baby Lifeline is delighted to announce that the work we’ve done to date, focussing on the improvement of patient safety out of the hospital setting
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…So, we’ve come up with a fun idea that we hope everyone will get involved in! #MaternityArt We would love for all parents and children