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STORK: Reducing the Risk of Infant Mortality in Wolverhampton

STORK: Reducing the Risk of Infant Mortality in Wolverhampton

STORK - Reducing the Risk on Infant Mortality in Wolverhampton

STORK is an interactive programme for parents and carers of new-born babies in the Wolverhampton area. It aims to provide awareness of, information and training on aspects relating to reducing risks for infant mortality in the region.

One of its key objectives is to raise awareness of how to prevent Sudden Infant Deaths. In the UK, just under 300 babies die suddenly and unexpectedly every year, most in the first six months of life. Although the exact cause is unknown, there are several ways to reduce the risk of it happening. Click here to find out more about safer sleep for babies via the Lullaby Trust Website.

STORK explores these and other related issues, including:

Want to Know More?

For more information or to book a place on the programme please contact your neonatal, antenatal, or health visitor service.

Kerry Porter and Sarah Marson

Email the team at rwh-tr.storkprogramme@nhs.net

Follow the STORK programme on Twitter: @STORKprogramme

Dr T Pillay, Programme Lead (tilly.pillay@nhs.net)

STORK for Parents Web App

Click here to access the progressive web app for STORK for your mobile phone.

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