BLISS CHARITY AND NEONATAL CARE IN ENGLAND

January 28, 2010 at 11:28 am Leave a comment

House of Commons Early Day Motions

Bob Spink [R]
Peter Bottomley
Bob Russell
Andrew George
Mr Gregory Campbell
Mr David Drew
Dr Rudi Vis Dr William McCrea Ms Katy Clark

That this House notes that 70,000 babies were admitted to neonatal care in England in 2008, almost 20,000 of those being admitted to intensive care; further notes that Bliss is the only UK charity that helps care for premature and sick babies; congratulates Bliss on 30 years of campaigning that has resulted in an NHS neonatal taskforce conducting the most comprehensive review of neonatal care ever undertaken in England; and calls on the Government to implement fully the Taskforce’s recommendations in order to make a lasting improvement in the way babies and their families are cared for.

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Entry filed under: England, Maternity Services, Northern Ireland, Parliamentary update, Pregnancy and birth, Scotland, Wales. Tags: , , , .

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