As a health professional, you can do a great deal to ensure parents minimize their risks of stillbirth and ensure that the memories of the parents who do experience the death of a baby are as positive as possible. Here we provide you with resources to support you in the care you give.

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NBCP interim baseline evaluation report April

Evaluation of the National Bereavement Care Pathway interim report

This interim report falls part way through the implementation of the evaluation. It covers the following areas: The analysis of...
NBCP

Interim report (Wave two) Evaluation of the National Bereavement Care Pathway (NBCP)

Evaluation of the National Bereavement Care Pathway (NBCP) Interim report (Wave two)
Listening to parents report

Listening to Parents Report

The National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) has published Listening to parents. This is the first national survey of bereaved parents’...
Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance

Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance

Practical Guidance for the Management of Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance published by the Chelsea and Westminster hospital team.
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Sands Lothians Parent to Parent Post Mortem Authorisation Animation

This animation is designed to enable a family to make an informed choice regarding a post mortem. It has been...
Saying Sorry is not a Blame Game

Saying Sorry is not a Blame Game

Sands has supported parents, who have experienced the devastating death of their baby around the time of birth, for more...
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Stillbirth - how professionals can make a difference

Our Stillbirth - how professionals can make a difference booklet provides key recommendations for maternity units to improve the care...