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South West Maternity Dashboard

Tools to access Dashboard Data

If you are an authorised user please click the button below to start usign the Dashboard tools. Please note that the SW Maternity Dashboard is still in a developmental phase and we are in the process of refining our data collection, therefore data may be updated as appropriate. Methods of data presentation will also continue to be developed.

About the project

The South West Maternity and Children's Clinical Network has worked with acute trusts, clinical commissioning groups and Public Health England to develop the South West Maternity Data Dashboard. Provider trusts across the South West are providing data to clearly defined measures. The dashboard fulfils the identified need for comparable, timely, pertinent and quality assured data to be provided by trusts across the region, allowing benchmarking and informing the quality improvement work of the Network.

All data is signed off by maternity providers prior to submission, however we ask that people treat the data with due caution. Some data may need to be resubmitted as data collection issues are addressed and data quality continues to improve. If there are any concerns regarding the quality of the data, please email amy.warren@nhs.net. Data may be revised at any time and we recommend that any data queries are raised with trusts directly so that a full context to the data may be provided.

South West Maternity and Children's Clinical Network

The South West Maternity and Children's Clinical Network is responsible for working with providers, commissioners and other partners in the new NHS and public health architecture to deliver patient focused improvements in outcomes and experience. This is being achieved by the Network linking professionals and organisations together to achieve results for patients that are best delivered through an integrated, whole system, approach. At the heart of the Network is the knowledge that giving every child the best start in life is crucial to reducing health issues across the life course. Read more >>