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Resources: parent involvement

Resources for involving and supporting parents in maternity services quality improvement work.  To receive the latest maternity news and developments, join the mailing list.

Best Beginnings

Baby Buddy – free app to guide parents through pregnancy and the first six months of their baby’s life


The charity for babies born too soon, too small, too sick

Video clip:  family centred care on the neonatal unit

Care Quality Commission

Maternity pages – advice for parents, maternity services survey and investigation reports.


A charity for families, friends and medical professionals affected by congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH)

MAMA Academy

Helping babies arrive safely.

MAMA Wellbeing Wallets protect pregnancy antenatal notes whilst empowering parents with public health information.  In partnership with NHS England.

Maternity Experience #MatExp

A social campaign which aims to improve maternity experience.

Mummy’s Star

For women and their families affected by cancer during pregnancy

NHS Networks

Smart guides to patient and public engagement

NHS England - London Strategic Clinical Network (maternity)

Case studies about Involving service users in quality improvement in maternity services

POPPY project

Support for parents of premature babies


The stillbirth and neonatal death charity

Tamba (Twins And Multiple Births Association)

A UK charity working to improve the lives of twins, triplets or more, and their families.


A charity which funds research into pregnancy problems and provides pregnancy health information to parents