As a health professional, you can do a great deal to ensure parents minimize their risks of stillbirth and ensure that the memories of the parents who do experience the death of a baby are as positive as possible. Here we provide you with resources to support you in the care you give.

Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance

Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance

Practical Guidance for the Management of Palliative Care on Neonatal Units Guidance published by the Chelsea and Westminster hospital team.
Parent support booklets

Parent Support Booklets

When a baby dies, there can be a lot of information for parents to take in. We publish a range...
Preventing Babies’ Deaths, stillbirth, neonatal death

Preventing Babies’ Deaths: what needs to be done (2012)

Our report: Preventing Babies’ Deaths: what needs to be done (January 2012) proposes that as many as 1,200 babies’ lives...
Saving babies’ lives, stillbirth, neonatal death

Saving babies’ lives (2009)

This was published to coincide with the launch of our Why17? Campaign: it highlights problem areas that are contributing to...
Stillbirth, neonatal death, baby death, Sands, charity, guide, help, health professionals

Stillbirth - how professionals can make a difference

Our Stillbirth - how professionals can make a difference booklet provides key recommendations for maternity units to improve the care...
Supporting Midwives, parents

Supporting Midwives, Supporting Parents

Our Supporting Midwives, Supporting Parents leaflet outlines the services we offer both for you and for the parents in your...
Transforming Loss: Meeting the needs of parents programme, Sands, Bliss, RCM, Midwives, training, networking, event, birmingham

Transforming Loss: Meeting the needs of parents programme

Programme for the 9th Annual Joint Conference led by Sands led by Sands with Bliss and the Royal College of...