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NBCP: Updated 24th July 2020

Update 24th July 2020:

The first two regional networking workshops held this week have been a great success; huge thanks to all who came and took part from the West Midlands and from the North West.

Healthcare professionals working in bereavement care and linked into the NBCP in their sites are invited to join the online workshops as listed below. They will take place via MS Teams, from 2pm-3.45pm on each of the following dates:

Yorkshire & Humber 26th August book your place https://nbcpyorkshire.eventbrite.co.uk

East Midlands 4 September book your place https://nbcpeastmidlands.eventbrite.co.uk

North East 8th September book your place https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/114640328308

South East 10th September book your place https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/114640894000

South Central 15th September book your place https://nbcpsouthcentral15sep.eventbrite.co.uk

South West 16th September book your place https://nbcpsouthwest.eventbrite.co.uk

East region 21st September book your place https://nbcpeast.eventbrite.co.uk

London 24th September book your place https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/114643431590

 

 

 

Update 10th July 2020:

NBCP 2020 Impact Report released today - click here

Blog by Kate Mulley highlighted the impact report and latest progress - click here

NBCP online regional workshops announced - for details click here

 

Updated 14th May 2020:

We continue to add resources to the NBCP web page here and on our sister site in Scotland www.nbcpscotland.org.uk

  1. The British Association of Perinatal Medicine has released new advice regarding parents attending Neonatal Units during the Covid crisis:
     
  2. In the absence of face to face training, Sands has established an online training offer in the form of a series of webinars to take place later in May and in June. To join one of these free webinars which focus on supporting parents through pregnancy loss and the death of a baby, you will need to sign up via the link  
     
  3. The NHS has highlighted a number of range of support materials and useful resources to help improve the wellbeing of healthcare professionals during this difficult time :  

Unmind   
Headspace 
Sleepio  
Daylight  

Academy of Royal Colleges: Mental Well Being and staying safe

Coping with stress

4. If you would like to sign up to our fortnightly healthcare professionals bulletin, please click here

 

 

 

Updated 20th April 2020:

- Gail Johnson, Professional Adviser at the Royal College of Midwives has written a blog which can be found here

- Our first COVID-19 bulletin was produced and distributed on 10th April. If you'd like to be added to the distribution list, please let us know via the contact page. The next issue is due to be published on 24th April. 

- A new leaflet / guide to sensitive bereavement care for healthcare professionals can be found here

 

Updated 9th April 2020: Important information regarding COVID-19

- information relating to bereavement care during the outbreak can be found here

- information relating to support organisations able to support families during this time is available here

- the training page has been updated with links to the two new e-learning for health modules.

- a 'learning practice' area has been established. You can add your examples and signposts in the upload page here 

- the NBCP in Scotland recently went live in five Early Adopter boards. Click here to access the dedicated NBCP Scotland website which includes COVID-19 resources and information specific to Scotland.

These pages went live during April 2020 and will be regularly updated to ensure that we are able to best support NHS professionals and parents & families during this time. Keep checking back for the latest information. 

 

Following a recent restructuring of the website, all archived news prior to April 2020 can be found here