The content is arranged into four key topics:
- Before expressing – what the healthcare professional should know and help the mother to understand before she starts expressing breastmilk.
- Starting to express – how to support a mother practically and emotionally as she begins to express.
- Increasing production – how to support mothers to maintain and increase their breastmilk supply.
- Job aids – access to useful aids and reference tools.
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Breastmilk Provision for Preterm and Sick Neonates
Having a baby born early or ill can be one of the most upsetting and stressful events in a mother’s life and this makes it harder to express milk.
This learning resource equips midwives and nurses with the skills and knowledge to support mothers and improve breastmilk provision rates at discharge from neonatal units.
This project is a collaboration between NHS England, the Thames Valley and Wessex Neonatal Operational Delivery Network, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, University Southampton Hospitals and Oxford University Hospitals.