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Maternity sleepover pilot scheme continues

21st September 2010

The Partners Staying Overnight project at the Royal United Hosptial Bath NHS Trust has proved to be a "huge success" and will carry on, a spokesman has confirmed.

The project enables partners or family members to spend the night following a baby's birth. Spokesman Noreen Hart said: "The feedback from families is that this has made a huge difference to partners' involvement in their baby's first hours as well as both parents' overall satisfaction with their experience."


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Article Information

Title: Maternity sleepover pilot scheme continues
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 16130
Date Added: 21st Sep 2010


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