The second NMPA clinical report covers births in 2016/17 and includes new measures for birth without intervention and babies admitted to neonatal care.
Maternity care professionals, managers and commissioners, and women and families can use the NMPA results to compare services across a range of measures and subgroups.
View interactive results by site, trust, region/Local Maternity System and country.
Download the full report or executive summary, or view the key findings.
The second NMPA organisational report provides comprehensive information on how maternity and neonatal care is delivered by the NHS in England, Scotland and Wales. This includes maternity and neonatal care settings, availability of services and facilities, and staffing.
Further data available on the NMPA website will enable healthcare professionals, managers, policy makers and the public to find and compare information about their local services, such as maternity unit types, neonatal unit designations and the provision of specialist services for women and babies.
The website also provides information on services available by region/Local Maternity System. You can access the report here.
Today we are pleased to publish two reports about our ‘sprint audit’ work, which looks at the feasibility of developing new clinical measures for the NMPA.
The first report uses linked maternity and intensive care data to examine the feasibility of developing an indicator for maternal admissions to intensive care.
The second report describes the technical process of linking maternity data to data collected in the course of neonatal care.
More information, and access to the reports, is available here.
We are pleased to today publish a revised edition of the NMPA’s first clinical report, which covers births from the 1st April 2015 to 31st March 2016.
The revised report makes changes to the definition of six of the previously published measures, including rates of caesarean birth and postpartum haemorrhage. The report is available here
The revision was prompted by a data quality issue at some sites, which affected these measures. Further details are available here.
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