The National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) and Neonatal Data Analysis Unit (NDAU) Collaborators' meetings are a great opportunity to network and learn more about how data is being used to monitor and improve neonatal care. Take a look at this year's presentations.
26 February 2019
The Health and Social Care Committee has published a report today about the first 1,000 days of life. Dr Max Davie, RCPCH Officer for Health Improvement, responds.
One in seven babies born in the UK will spend at least a few days in hospital in a neonatal unit which specialises in looking after babies who are born early, with a low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialised treatment.
This report highlights the key findings and recommendations from the analysis of the data provided by neonatal units on the admissions of babies for neonatal care in England, Scotland and Wales in 2017.
11 July 2018
Dr Alison Steele responds to the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) new report, published today on behalf of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children: Storing Up Trouble – A postcode lottery of children’s social care.
15 June 2018
RCPCH President Russell Viner respond to today's report by MBRRACE-UK, which aims to analyse data and evaluate improvements in healthcare for mothers and babies.
12 June 2018
Professor Mary Fewtrell, Nutrition Lead on the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health's Health Promotion Committee responds to the new position statement on infant feeding, published today by the Royal College of Midwives.
This event was a great opportunity to network and learn more about how data is being used to monitor and improve neonatal care in the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP). Take a look at the videos from the day's presentations.
NNAP supports professionals, families and commissioners to improve care provided by neonatal services who look after babies born too early, with a low birth weight or who have a medical condition requiring specialist treatment.
The following case study from Yorkshire and Humber Neonatal Operational Delivery Network (ODN) was included in the 2016 annual report to highlight how some neonatal networks and units have used NNAP results as a basis for identifying, and undertaking, local quality improvement activities.