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Contribute to BAPM's response to Signs of Life Consultation

The MBRRACE-UK Signs of Life working group has launched a consultation relating to the development of UK guidance to support health professionals in the assessment of signs of life for spontaneous births before 24+0 weeks of gestational age where active survival-focused care is not appropriate.

22 Jan 2020

BAPM Letter to Government supporting Neonatal Leave and Pay Reforms

BAPM President, Dr Helen Mactier had written to Andrea Leadsom, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in regards to the recent consultation to review neonatal leave and pay.

31 Oct 2019

BAPM urges UKNSC to reconsider pulseox screening recommendation

BAPM has urged the UK National Screening Committee's (UKNSC) to reconsider their recommendation not to include pulse oximetry screening in the newborn and infant physical exam.

14 Aug 2019

Consultation on Adding Folic Acid to Flour

BAPM is preparing a response to the government's proposal to fortify flour with folic acid in the UK to prevent neural tube defects.

17 Jul 2019

BAPM requests progress on consultation into fortification of flour with folic acid

BAPM has joined Shine, the charity for those living with or affected by Spina bifida and Hydrocephalus, to request progress on the consultation into fortification of flour with folic acid.

15 May 2019

BAPM Responds to NHS Long Term Plan

On 7 January 2018 the Government published their Long Term Plan for the NHS. Dr Gopi Menon, BAPM President responds:

8 Jan 2019

BAPM responds to capnography 'PIC-NIC' paper

Following the online publication of Foy et al's paper on 'Paediatric intensive care and neonatal intensive care airway management in the United Kingdom: the PIC‐NIC survey', BAPM has made a formal response to Anaesthesia.

16 Oct 2018
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