Mother & Child Care

Supporting healthy development at every step





Care at Home with Philips AVENT  


Pregnancy and early parenthood is an existing and challenging time, when it's good to know there is expert advice on hand. Since 1984 Philips Avent has been combining professional expertise with consumer understanding. We work closely with scientific experts, clinical researchers, healthcare professionalsand parentsalike to research breastfeeding in order to develop and evaluate our products and services.

Get a free comfort manual breast pump

Philips Avent is committed tosupporting you in your role to help mothers to breastfeed for longer. In addition to the educational materials you can download from this site we would also like to offer you a free manual breast pump sample for parent education purposes.

If you are a registered maternity professional, working in the United Kingdom and would like to receive abreast pump please click below to complete the form and you should receive your free sample within 28 days.


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Our Collaboration

Philips Avent has taken a bold step in conducting clinical research on our products with highly regarded experts and institutions, for example the institute of Child Health, London.  


Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust (GOSH) and UCL Institute of Child Health (ICH) together form an international centre of excellence for treating sick children and teaching/training child specialists.

The aim of the Medical Research Council Childhood (MRC- CNRC) as part of the UCL Institute of Child Health in London is to conduct research on the impact of nutrition on the health and development of infants and children in order to underpin and foster the development of both clinical and public health practice and professional training in paediatric nutrition.


With the advent of MRC-CNRC, the institute of Child Healthnow harbours the largest critical mass expertise in peadiatric research in Europe.


MRC-CNRC has seven Heads of Group, spanning the field of nutrition in relation to cognitive function, cardiovascular health, bone health, body composition and energy metabolism, dietetics, biochemistryand stable isotope research on nutrition and metabolism. The centre is able to put together multidisciplinary teams to approach key issues in nutrition and disease, adverse effects of food and, importantly, the impact of early nutrition on long-term outcome.


The centre is core funded by competitive peer-review grants from the Medical Research Council, combined with substancial infrastructural support from the Institue of Child Health.


Professor Alan Lucas heads MRC-CNRC as its Director, while Dr Mary Fewtrell is head of Nutrition, Phyiology and Metabolism within MRC-CNRC.


Learn more at the Institute of Child Health & Great Ormond Street Hospital website