Safety and Quality in Maternity Care
This network is a multidisciplinary group created to support clinicians to improve the safety and quality of care provided to women and newborns through sharing collaborative innovations, new research, and projects.
Chair: Professor Michael Nicholl (Royal North Shore Hospital NSW & immediate past President of WHA)
Who is it for?
Obstetricians, midwives, and quality & safety experts interested in discussing clinical benchmarking data, research insights and clinical practice issues with a view to improving the safety and quality of maternity care
- Fourth Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2021 – Early planned births without medical or obstetric indications
- The benefit versus harm of detecting fetal growth restriction – how can we balance preventing stillbirth and reducing unnecessary intervention and neonatal morbidity
- Birmingham symptom-specific obstetric triage system (BSOTS) – a structured maternity triage system to better assess and treat pregnant women who attend hospital with pregnancy related complications or concerns
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