The sustained impact of maternity training on knowledge, confidence, and empowerment Baby Lifeline and Baby Lifeline Training partnered with the University of Hull to carry out work investigating the impact of training specific to pertinent repeated issues in the labour ward and community. Although maternity training...

National Energy Action (NEA), the national fuel poverty charity, are delighted to be working in partnership with Baby Lifeline to deliver the ‘Warm Welcome’ project. The Warm Welcome project is being delivered in the North East of England and provides advice and practical support for expectant...

Investigations into neonatal death and injury occurring during labour have consistently highlighted the urgent need for improvements in initiation, interpretation, escalation and decision-making surrounding fetal monitoring, particularly relating to continuous electronic fetal monitoring/cardiotocography (CEFM/CTG) [1,2, 3]. Most recently, the latest MBRRACE confidential enquiry into babies who...