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  • In partnership with the Royal College of Obstetricians արանի University of Cambridge բարել Institute for Health Improvement Studies, միլիոն 2 million will be used by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) to test the best early warning signs for children suffering.

  • 9 449,000 will be spent on developing a new maternity workforce planning tool to ensure patients receive the medical care they need

Today (July 4), Maternity Safety Minister Nadine Doris announces 2. 2.45 million in funding to help NHS obstetricians և improve the safety of their caregivers and children.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (DHCO) is awarding nearly միլիոն 2 million to lead the first phase of the Child Injury Prevention (ABC) partnership.

This funding will go to maternity և parent հետազոտ staff և լավագույն հետազոտ հետազոտ հետազոտ հետազոտ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: It will also focus on managing complications related to the baby’s position during a caesarean section to reduce brain damage.

Maternal Safety Minister Nadine Doris said.

I am convinced that as many mothers as possible can go home with healthy and happy children.

This new program, which we are supporting with more than 45 2.45 million, aims to detect early warning signs և save lives by not allowing families and their children to face the terrible test of a life-changing brain injury. It will help us realize our ambitions to halve brain injuries during birth by 2025.

Having the right birth in the right place at the right time means that they can learn from each other, take the best care of mothers և newborns ստեղծել create a safe և positive environment for both staff and pregnant women in the country’s maternity teams.

The aim of the ABC review is to develop a nationally agreed approach by the end of this year on how staff will monitor the condition of the baby during childbirth:

  • Experiment with different approaches to monitoring newborns during childbirth ել Examine obstetric staff to find out how midwives and midwives are currently detecting when a baby is suffering during childbirth և how they can deliver safely.

  • interviewing women and their birth partners about these different approaches based on their personal experiences

  • agreeing on a clear procedure for monitoring the new process with a guide to a flowchart of birth readings to determine when the case has progressed to a more multidisciplinary maternity team.

  • Developing a nationally agreed approach to neonatal cesarean delivery when there are complications with the baby’s position

The review will be conducted in collaboration with the Royal College of Obstetricians (RCM) and the RCOG Ք Institute for Health Improvement Research at the University of Cambridge.

The three organizations will aim to agree on best clinical practice to manage the deteriorating condition of children during childbirth, to test how it can spread to UK obstetric services in the future.

DHSC has also provided 450 450,000 to RCOG to develop a new workforce planning tool to improve the way maternity hospitals calculate their medical staff needs and better support families and newborns.

Over the next year, RCOG will collaborate և collect data from the healthcare sector to determine how the tool can help the NHS Trust understand the needs of their medical staff, provide standardized, safe, and personalized care tailored to their communities.

To make the NHS Trust freely accessible across the country next year, the tool aims to:

  • Provide maternity staff with a new methodology that calculates the number of medical staff required in individual maternity wards, skill sets և assessments based on local needs.

  • help trusts overcome inequalities, taking into account local factors such as birth rate, population age, socio-economic status of the area և geographical factors

  • Calculate the number of midwives needed at all local and national levels to deliver safe, personalized deliveries in the context of a wider workforce.

  • Identify innovative ways to make better use of the current workforce

  • help to better understand the factors that contribute to the safety and positive culture of maternity groups and how they can be disseminated nationally

Dr. Edward Morris, President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, said:

We are pleased to receive funding for a new workplace planning tool, a program to reduce brain injuries during childbirth. This investment will go a long way in improving the quality of care for pregnant women and their newborns.

Recognizing that relevant obstetric staff are essential to the safe care of women, we hope this tool will provide a clear guide to maternity hospitals in the UK to determine how much medical staff is required for their specific circumstances.

The new project to prevent neonatal brain injuries during childbirth aims to address the challenges of effective fetal monitoring based on the extensive work already done in this area. We understand that the impact of preventative brain injury on newborns is profound, and we want to make sure that no family has to experience it.

The executive director of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Gill Walton said:

Every inevitable brain injury leaves families devastated, affects midwives, and maternity staff. For the vast majority of women and their babies, the UK is a safe place to give birth. However, tragically avoidable brain injuries occur. We need to work together in obstetric services to do everything possible to avoid brain injuries during childbirth.

Partnership is the key to improving the safety of women and their babies. This funding will enable RCM և RCOG, in conjunction with the Department of Health and Human Services, to review newborn monitoring approaches. Eventually, more disciplinary training will be provided in this area to increase the safety of women and their newborns. It is very likely that this review will include the voices and personal experiences of women և their birth partners in providing better, safer motherhood care.

RSS also welcomes the funding provided to RCOG to develop a new obstetric and maternity workforce planning tool. Too many Mater maternity reviews cite staff undercrowding և the impact it has on maternity safety. Developing such a tool will enhance safety և improve the current mix of skills of obstetric staff, which is key to providing safe, high-quality obstetric care.

Dunkley-Bent, director general of obstetrics for England, said:

Providing safe, effective care for newborns և their mothers is a top priority for the NHS, This new support will stimulate our Maternity Transformation Prevention program during childbirth, which we aim to reduce by at least half over the next 5 years.

The government’s maternity safety ambition has reduced the number of stillbirths, neonatal և maternal mortality և brain injuries in 2010. Rates that occur during or immediately after birth until 2025.

Although good progress has been made in reducing the mortality rate, the rate of brain injuries dropped from 4.2 per 1,000 live births in 2019 to 4.7 per 1,000 live births between 2012 and 2014.

Several independent maternity safety investigations, most recently the Auckenden Report, have highlighted the need for a deeper insight into what safe maternal care personnel are. Rota gaps are reported by 90% of junior gynecologists and gynecologists in their departments, and career burnout is high at all stages of the career.

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