We are delighted to welcome Will Quince, MP for Colchester and Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Baby Loss, to our regular National Bereavement Care Pathway Blog, ahead of the project’s wave 2 launch on Monday.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Rajeshwari Myagerimath, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Wirral University Hospital NHS Trust, to our regular National Bereavement Care Pathway Blog ahead of the project’s wave 2 launch. She tells us about the excellent progress staff have been making in implementing the NBCP over the past six months.
Can it really be 9 months since the first NBCP blog? I’d like to thank so many people who have supported us over that time. There are too many to name and I would hate to leave anyone out! So I will just say a huge thank you to you all: whether you are parents, professionals, colleagues, NBCP stakeholders and supporters alike, all of you have helped to give such great momentum to the project over the year. Looking back at the monthly blogs shows just how far the project has come.
Hi everyone, representatives of the Core Group are embarking on a Christmas fun run (half marathon) on Wednesday 13th December to raise awareness of the National Bereavement Care Pathway
The last month has given us opportunity to draw breath after the excitement of the National Bereavement Care Pathway Wave 1 launch. I’m pleased to say that feedback from the pilot sites is encouraging and I’ll be able to update you in the December blog. I’m delighted to announce that Teddy’s Wish is partnering with us on the NBCP project.
I’m incredibly proud to say that. That was our aim as a Core Group back in March and, along with the members of the Core Group, I’m absolutely delighted that through hard work, commitment and no little skill, collectively we have been able to reach this point.
In his latest blog on the National Bereavement Care Pathway, Marc brings us up to speed on the work being carried out ahead of the pilot launch of the pathway in just three weeks time on 9 October
I’m absolutely delighted that we were able to announce the 11 Wave 1 pilot sites for the National Bereavement Care Pathway Project yesterday.
The need for good bereavement care has been up front and centre these last few weeks.
Both National Bereavement Care Pathway professional stakeholder events, held last week in Manchester and London, were fully booked, with around 120 attendees from 90 different organisations in attendance. There was a huge buzz of excitement in the room as colleagues discussed the pathway’s potential, and the improvements that will come about through its implementation.