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36 resources about Maternity and neonatal ×

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  1. This guide explains our role across the whole system to help the NHS in England to become the safest healthcare organisation in the world. It describes our statutory patient safety duties and what we are doing to lead and support patient safety improvement across the NHS.

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  2. This tool is used in the NHS to obtain a more accurate prediction of preterm labour compared with some other tests used in NHS clinical practice.

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  3. This report from the Patient Experience Library provides an overview of what patients want from maternity services, based on a series of national and local studies.

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  4. Overview of patient experience of perinatal mental health issues and services. The report provides key insights drawn from Healthwatch reports and other national and local sources.

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  5. Part of: Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme

    We want to reduce harm leading to avoidable admissions to neonatal units for babies born at or after 37 weeks.

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  6. The South West Neonatal Network was formed following recommendations from the Department of Health to ensure babies and their families receive high quality, equitable, accessible and clinically effective neonatal care.

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  7. The ‘Listen to Me’ campaign was developed by Mara Tonks, Lead Midwife at Kettering, General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and her team, to ensure that all women who have been admitted to the delivery suite leave feeling they have been listened to.

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  8. Midwives at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust are using a selection of cards to facilitate a range of antenatal conversations.

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  9. Medway NHS Foundation Trust has developed a clinical care bundle to optimise outcomes from newborn blood screening spot sampling.

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  10. Medway NHS Foundation Trust has developed a communication tool to escalate the care of unwell newborn babies between healthcare professionals.

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  11. Statistics from health and care subjects, used to inform debate, decision-making and research both within government and by the wider community.

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  12. An initiative from Unicef UK to support breastfeeding and parent infant relationships by working with public services to improve standards of care.

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  13. Learning and guidance from the Royal College of General Practitioners to support primary care teams care for women with mental health problems during the perinatal period.

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  14. This tool identifies where opportunities to address unwarranted variation exist, by revealing the possible over-use and under-use of different aspects of healthcare.

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  15. Access selected and authoritative evidence in health, social care and public health.

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