Sleep baby safely and reduce the risk of sudden unexpected death in infancy.
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The information provided on the Red Nose website has been developed and reviewed by content experts in the area of optimal infant care practices and strategies to reduce Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI). Red Nose’s National Scientific Advisory Group (NSAG) is made up of experts in the fields of research, health care and midwifery. NSAG oversees the development of our Safe Sleeping education messages, ensuring they are evidence based and current.
Why supervised tummy playtime is important for babies.
Guidelines for safe wrapping of young babies.
A guide to making up a baby’s cot for the first 6-12 months of life.
In Australia an increasing number of babies and toddlers are sustaining injuries from falling out of cots and beds. This is due to either not recognising the appropriate time to move a baby or young child out of a cot, or a baby or young child being placed too early in an adult bed.
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This section connects health care professionals and education and care service professionals to a broad range of information on safe sleeping practices, child safety, e-learning packages, information statements and articles.