Increasing rates of smoke-free pregnancy

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This case study explains the quality improvement project delivered by University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust as part of their participation in the maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative.

The improvement team at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust worked toward their ambition to increase the number of smoke-free pregnancies by 50% by the end of 2020, undertaking a project as part of the maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative. This case study explains the context, aims, method and approach, outcomes and learning points from their quality improvement work.

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