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On 18 February 2013, Save the Children published the report: Superfood for Babies: How overcoming barriers to breastfeeding will save children’s lives  Rosie Dodds, Senior Policy Adviser of parent charity NCT said: “NCT welcomes Save the Children’s...
In section: Media
On 20 February 2013, the Campaign to End Child Poverty published local child poverty figures. Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser of parent charity NCT said:   “Figures released today by the Campaign to End Child Poverty show wide disparity in...
In section: Media
In response to the CBI report ‘A Better off Britain’, Abigail Wood, NCT Public Affairs Manager, said:
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In response to the death of social anthropologist Sheila Kitzinger, Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT, said:
In section: Media
It has been announced that the Duchess of Cambridge will be opting for a birth plan with no planned medical intervention.
In section: Media
In response to the Falling through the Gaps report from the Royal College of General Practitioners and Centre for Mental Health, Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser at NCT said:
In section: Media
Responding to the findings of the Family and Childcare Trust’s annual childcare costs survey, Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT, said:
In section: Media
In response to the Friends and Family Test data on Maternity Services, Belinda Phipps, Chief Executive, NCT, says:
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A new analysis published by BMJ has been launched today that finds that bed sharing with parents increases the risk of sudden unexplained infant death (SIDS) fivefold in babies younger than 3 months old, even if the parents are non-smokers.
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In response to The Lancet 'Breastfeeding in the 21st Century' study senior policy adviser, Rosemary Dodds, said:
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A new campaign launched by the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) - ‘Everyone’s Business’ - finds that pregnant women and new mothers across almost half of the UK do not have access to specialist perinatal mental health services.
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In response to the MBRRACE-UK perinatal mortality report, Sarah McMullen, Head of Research and Quality, NCT, said:
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Responding to today’s MBRRACE-UK report, NCT’s head of research Dr Sarah McMullen said:
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In response to the National Maternity Survey from the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU), Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT, said:
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In response to the PAC report on Maternity services in England, Belinda Phipps, Chief Executive, NCT, says:
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NCT welcomes the Prime Minister’s commitment to increasing opportunity for all children, set out in his speech today
In section: Media
In response to the Queen’s Speech, which announced a bill to increase the provision of free childcare, Abi Wood, Public Affairs Manager, NCT, said:
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Commenting on the Save the Children report, A Fair Start for Every Child, NCT chief executive Belinda Phipps said:
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In response to the University of West London’s research on teenage mothers and their postnatal inpatient experiences, Rosie Dodds, Senior Policy Adviser at NCT said:
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In response to the Welsh government’s announcement of additional funding to improve support for new mothers, Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT said: