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"The Little Voice Inside Me"

TED Time Escalation Decision

In the UK, each year between 500 and 800 babies die or are left with severe brain injury. Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy (HIE) occurs when the foetal brain does not receive enough oxygen which can lead to severe impairment or death of the baby and is devastating for both families and staff. Several reports/reviews and campaigns such as "Each Baby Counts project" are aimed at supporting organisations to understand how they are able to improve the care they provide.

UHL have developed a learning package consisting of a main video as well as a series of mini-videos. Each mini- video focuses on a specific learning point; created with an aim to enhance current methods of training in maternity and raise awareness of these issues across multidisciplinary teams to ensure the learning remains at the forefront of clinical practice.

To access the learning resource and facilitator notes for training please click here.