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Each Baby Counts: Clinical Engagement Forum 2017

On 21 June 2017, Each Baby Counts hosted the second Clinical Engagement Forum at the RCOG.

The event launched the findings from the Each Baby Counts full 2015 report, and presented results for our first full year of data. The meeting featured presentations on the themes that emerged from analysis of the 2015 data and the lessons that can be learned from the care of Each Baby Counts babies.

Report

View the Each Baby Counts full 2015 report.

 

Presentations

Watch videos of the event presentations below:

 

Session 1: Future Directions and emerging themes

Chair: Professor Alan Cameron, Each Baby Counts co-Principal Investigator, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow

 

The National Bereavement Care Pathway

Dr Clea Harmer, Chief Executive, Sands

 

 

A parent’s perspective

Mr Richard Stanton

Ms Rhiannon Davies

 

 

Each Baby Counts: statistics and quality of local reviews

Ms Hannah Knight, Each Baby Counts Co-Investigator, National Maternity and Perinatal Audit Lead

Professor Alan Cameron, Each Baby Counts co- Principal Investigator, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow

 

 

Each Baby Counts results: intrapartum fetal monitoring

Dr Louise Robertson, Each Baby Counts Clinical Fellow, ST7 at Liverpool Women's Hospital, Mersey Deanery

Professor Zarko Alfirevic, Each Baby Counts co-Principal Investigator, Professor of Fetal and Maternal Medicine, University of Liverpool

 

 

Each Baby Counts results: human factors

Dr Edward Prosser-Snelling, Each Baby Counts Quality Improvement Lead, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Marian Knight, Each Baby Counts Senior Project Advisor, Professor of Maternal and Child Population Health, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU)

 

 

Each Baby Counts results: neonatal care

Professor Alan Cameron, Each Baby Counts co-Principal Investigator, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow

Dr Ghada Ramadan, Each Baby Counts Neonatal Reviewer, Consultant Neonatologist, Medway NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Lesley Jackson, Each Baby Counts Neonatal Reviewer, Consultant Neonatal Medicine, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

 

 

EBC CEF 2017 panel

 

Session II: Engaging the workforce

Chair: Professor Zarko Alfirevic, Each Baby Counts co-Principal Investigator, Professor of Fetal and Maternal Medicine, University of Liverpool

 

The Perinatal Mortality Review Tool: an update

Professor Jenny Kurinczuk, Professor of Perinatal Epidemiology, Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU)

 

 

Local quality improvement case studies

 

Each Baby Counts: Our Journey towards Improvement

Mr Ahmed Zaima, Speciality doctor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust

 

 

Ensuring parents are aware that a local review in to events surrounding the birth of their baby is taking place and inviting them to participate

Miss Fatemeh Hoveyda, Consultant Obstetrician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Ms Tora Clark-Ward, Risk Manager, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

 

 

Feedback

Some delegate feedback from the day:

"Fantastic standard of presentations which will influence my work and how I train our staff"

Forum delegate

“Really useful discussion and update on progress of current work”

“Fantastic day, very interesting and full of useful information”

“Well chaired event with excellent presentations and audience involvement”

 

Find out more

Read further information about the Each Baby Counts quality improvement programme.

 

Elsewhere on the site

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Find out who’s involved in the Each Baby Counts Project, including local Lead Reporters
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