Neonatal medicine – Media coverage | Nuffield Council on Bioethics – Premature birth: the fight for survival


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Media coverage

Highlights of media coverage about the report

Date

Media

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29.04.12The TelegraphMentioned in article: Premature birth: the fight for survival

01.05.10

The Lancet

The latest survival rates: Critical care for extremely premature babies

10.09.09

Daily Mail

Mentioned in article: Doctors told me it was against the rules to save my premature baby

09.09.09

Daily Mirror

Mentioned in article: Baby denied medical treatment and handed back to his mother to die

09.09.09

The Telegraph

Mentioned in article:Premature baby dies as guidelines say he was born too early to save

May 2007

British Medical Journal

Mentioned in Editorial by Prof Kate Costeloe: Euthanasia in neonates: should it be available?

17.04.07

The Scotsman

Article on report by Sheila Mclean: When should you resuscitate babies born prematurely?

March 2007

Journal of Clinical Risk

Article by Anne Winyward: The Nuffield Council on Bioethics Report – Critical Care Decisions in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine: Ethical Issues

March 2007

Journal of Medical Ethics

Editorial by Prof David Archard and Prof Margaret Brazier: Letting babies die

21.02.07

The Independent

Quoted in article: Premature births: A miraculous survival story

21.02.07

The Guardian

Quoted in article: Against all odds

20.02.07

BBC News 24, Sky News, ITV News

Interviews with Professor Andrew Whitelaw on the case of Amillia, a baby born at 21 weeks 6 days

06.02.07

Manchester Evening News

Mentioned in article: Doctors’ view of life ‘factor in baby deaths’

02.12.06

Medical News Today

Nuffield Committee Head Demands Better Support For Families Of Premature Babies, UK

19.11.06

Sunday Herald (Scotland)

A baby is born at just 22 weeks. She may be brain damaged and, without medical help, she will die in days. Should doctors save her life?

18.11.06

The Times

Junk medicine: premature babies

16.11.06

CBC News (Canadian Broadcast Corporation)

Earliest babies should not be revived: British medical ethics body

16.11.06

The Daily Mail

Extremely premature babies ‘should not be resuscitated’ say doctors

16.11.06

New York Times

Britain: Report Suggests No Care for Early Babies

16.11.06

The Sun

My little Luke was born at 23 weeks and he’s perfect

16.11.06

The Independent

Should doctors try to save extremely premature babies?

16.11.06

The Guardian

Let premature babies under 23 weeks die, doctors told

15.11.06

BBC News Online

Do not revive earliest babies

15.11.06

BBC Radio 4 The Today Programme

Interview with Professor Margot Brazier

15.11.06

Sky News

Interview with Professor Andrew Whitelaw and Professor Margot Brazier

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