The BBC visited the Neonatal unit at QCCH recently to make a short film about the musical performances given for families on our neonatal units, which is part of the innovative Integrated Family Delivered Care Programme led by Aniko Deierl and Jayanta Banerjee and MDT team. Singer songwriter Emma Stevens makes regular visits to the trust’s neonatal units to perform soothing lullabies for families and their babies.
The initiative is supported by Imperial Health Charity, who provide funding together with charity Music in Hospitals and Care to run the sessions.
Photo from left to right: Isla (MIHC), Aniko Deierl (Consultant Neonatologist), Emma Stevens (Songwriter Singer), Ines Silva (IFDC coordinator), Phoebe Gorry (MIHC), Jack Dixon (IHC), Jayanta Banerjee (Consultant Neonatologist)
BBC Breakfast’s social media team came to make the short film at Queen Charlotte’s, which has since been viewed more than 45K times on their Facebook page, as well as featuring on their Twitter feed. Great exposure for this lovely initiative!
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You can also watch the video via the Trust’s Facebook or Twitter feeds (please note these pages are not accessible on Trust computers).