Run with the British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM), this free, 90-minute webinar also covers successful QI initiatives, resources that can support your services improvements and what's coming up next for the audit.
Photo by Jade Brogden - 2021 NNAP photo competition 2021 for families
“This is a photo of my son, Benjamin (born at 33+4 weeks) being soothed by his older sister as he receives phototherapy in his incubator.” Rebecca Owen, Mother
Our annual report, published in November 2020, highlights the key findings and recommendations from our audit in 2019.
Your baby's care is our friendly, easy to read guide for parents and carers, based on our 2019 data. It includes information on the NNAP measures most relevant to parents and also has a glossary.
We ask doctors and nurses to record data about your baby, such as temperature, screening for eye disorders and medicines, as well as consultation with you.
We describe areas that are good, and that could be better. This helps hospitals, neonatal networks, and those who plan healthcare, improve care for these babies.