Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups are managed by BAPM. You need to be a member of BAPM to be a member of a Special Interest Group.

Current Special Interest Groups 

British Association of Neonatal Neurodevelopmental Follow-up (BANNFU)

A multidisciplinary group which exists to improve the long term outcomes of all babies that have had neonatal care.

BANNFU Website

Affiliated Groups

Affiliated groups are external groups that have an agreed partnership with BAPM to support and promote each other.

Current Affiliated Groups

Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists

APCP is a recognised Professional Network of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). The CSP is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK's 60,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and support workers.

Visit website

Neonatal Dietitians Group (NDiG)

A sub-group of the Paediatric Group of the British Dietetic Association, providing a formal network for neonatal dietitians from the UK and Ireland.

NDiG Website

Neonatal Nutrition Network (N3)

A group of UK health professionals working in neonatal care who are collaborating to improve the nutrition of preterm and sick newborns.

Visit N3 website

Neonatal & Paediatric Pharmacy Group (NPPG)

NPPG aims to improve the care of neonates, infants and children by advancing the professional development of pharmacists.

Visit NPPG Website

NeoLeaP (Neonatal Leads for Psychological Practice) 

The leads for psychological practice within England’s 10 regional neonatal ODNs.

NeoLeaP Twitter

Neonatal Transport Group (NTG)

A group of UK Health Professionals who specialise in neonatal transport. The NTG aims to improve care for infants who need transportation. 

Visit NTG webpages

Royal College of Occupational Therapists

RCOT, the has championed the profession of occupational therapy and the people behind it for over 90 years; and today has more than 35,000 members. 

Visit RCOT website

Become a BAPM Special Interest or Affiliated Group

BAPM special interest or affiliated groups can start in two ways:

  1. If you are part of an existing neonatal specialist group that wishes to form closer ties with BAPM we can draw up an agreement to support each other.
  2. If you are an individual or group of individuals that wishes to launch a group on a certain topic area relevant to neonatal professionals then BAPM can help you do this.

Contact the BAPM office to find out more.

British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1199712 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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