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The parent voice from neonatal care


The parent voice from neonatal care

We are working with the North West Neonatal Operational Delivery Network to assist with a project to raise awareness of the parent voice and experience within neonatal services.

The network are keen to hear about anything that’s important to you as an individual or family, and what you would like professionals to be aware of during a neonatal experience. Some suggested topics (but you’re not limited to these) include: antenatal care, birth, neonatal unit admission, any pinch points during your stay, transfer between units, discharge from hospital, experience once home.

We hope you may like to take part in this project, either with a short video, sound clip, or written information. It should only take about 10-15 minutes of your valuable time.

Peeps always puts our families at the centre of what we do and your opinions really matter to us. If you would like to share your thoughts and feedback with the network they will be an important contribution to this project.

As a thank you, Peeps are happy to offer a £25.00 voucher to the first 20 families who take part.

We want to represent as many families as possible and we encourage families with different experiences and from all backgrounds to take part in this project. We’ll support you if you’re not sure where to start!

If you are interested in taking part, please send a short email to as soon as possible and Anne will send you the full details of what is required.

We appreciate your support, always value your opinions and we thank you in advance for your participation.

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