This webinar invites you to explore how important the perspective of the family is in designing and delivering follow-up services.

As well as Amelie Galatry and Caroline Allsop, two parents of children born preterm, we have Josephine Agyeman-Duah, a DPhil student in Oxford and Phill Harniess, Senior Research Physiotherapist and NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellow to share their insights. 


  • Introductions and welcome
    Anusha Arasu
  • A parent's experience
    Amelie Galatry
  • Parental views on neurodevelopmental follow up of preterm infants
    Josephine Agyeman-Duah
  • A parent's experience
    Caroline Allsop
  • Impact of parental engagement
    Phill Harniess
  • Q&A

Date: 29 March 
Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm
Location: Online

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