The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) have agreed a letter about the important of protecting parenteral nutrition products from light if they are to be used in neonates and in children below 2 years.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society are seeking to recruit 2 neonatologists to join the BNFC Paediatric Formulary Committee. The role is a non-paid external position. More information about the role is available on the RPS website.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is consulting on a proposal for a new employment right to ‘Neonatal Leave and Pay’, which would give parents additional paid leave if their baby is born requiring neonatal care.
The RCPCH, in conjunction with GIRFT (Getting it Right First Time) Neonatology, are conducting a snapshot survey of the neonatal workforce across the four nations on 18th September and 21st September 2019.
BAPM has moved to a new web platform which means that the website looks a little different. We are offering more member exclusive resources than ever before and BAPM members will need to create a user account on the new website to access member only content.
The Infected Blood Inquiry is in the process of gathering evidence to examine the circumstances in which men, women and children treated by the NHS were given infected blood and blood products, in particular since the 1970s.
BAPM has surveyed all members to ask for their views on formula milk companies (FMCs) being allowed a presence at BAPM events. The survey results will assist the BAPM Executive Committee with developing future policy in this area.