Maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative case study

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This is a case study of the quality improvement project delivered by North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust as part of their participation in the Maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative.

This case study is useful for providers of maternity and neonatal services who want to improve care for the women and babies they look after, policy makers, and anyone interested in quality improvement.

The case study provides an example of how the quality improvement approach can be practically used in a maternity and neonatal setting, to improve outcomes for women and babies. It describes how the improvement team at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust undertook four different projects as part of the Maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative — the case study explains the context, aims, method and approach, outcomes and learning points from their quality improvement work.

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