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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Responding to the Ockenden Review: Safe care for all needs evidence-based system change - and strengthened midwifery
Author(s): Renfrew, Mary J
Cheyne, Helen
Burnett, Alicia
Crozier, Kenda
Downe, Soo
Heazell, Alexander
Hundley, Vanora
Hunter, Billie
King, Kay
Marshall, Jayne E
McCourt, Christine
McFadden, Alison
Mondeh, Kade
Nightingale, Pippa
Sandall, Jane
Sinclair, Marlene
Way, Susan
Page, Lesley
Gamble, Jenny
Keywords: Maternity and Midwifery
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2022
Date Deposited: 28-Jun-2022
Citation: Renfrew MJ, Cheyne H, Burnett A, Crozier K, Downe S, Heazell A, Hundley V, Hunter B, King K, Marshall JE, McCourt C, McFadden A, Mondeh K, Nightingale P, Sandall J, Sinclair M, Way S, Page L & Gamble J (2022) Responding to the Ockenden Review: Safe care for all needs evidence-based system change - and strengthened midwifery. Midwifery.
Abstract: First paragraph: The Final Report of the Ockenden Review examined the care of 1486 families who experienced adverse outcomes in one hospital Trust in England, the majority of whom received care between 2000 and 2020 (Ockenden 2022). It describes the damaging outcomes and experiences caused by poor care for women and babies in pregnancy, labour and birth. Multiple individual actions recommended by the report are resulting in immediate and extensive changes across the maternity services in England. The report findings are relevant across the whole UK, and to international efforts to improve safety and quality in maternal and newborn care systems.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.midw.2022.103391
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