Better Births: Improving outcomes of maternity services in England : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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Highlights seven priorities to drive improvement and ensure women and babies receive excellent care. Prevention and public health have an important role to play: smoking is still the single biggest identifiable risk factor for poor birth outcomes and obesity among mothers is linked to risk of complications during pregnancy and health problems of the child.

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  • Publication date28 February 2016
  • CreatorJulia Cumberlege and the National Maternity Review Team
  • ContributorLeon Green
 
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