Resources

As the COVID-19 pandemic became a reality in the UK and across Europe, it was clear that healthcare provision would have to be adapted according to the developing situation and that this would differ according to variation in infection rates and resources, but also according to local contextual factors such as organisational culture, which would influence the direction and course of change.

UK policy is for safe, personalised maternity and neonatal care. However, considerable changes were made to the provision of maternity and neonatal care over the pandemic, which impacted to varying degrees on the provision of safe and personalised care.

Resources Hub

These resources are designed to be a living space – please use it, and add to it if you have information, insights, or materials that might optimise the way maternity and neonatal care could best be provided, now or in the future, both in times of crisis, and in times when there are less challenges to the health system.

For all the latest information on the National Maternity Transformation Hub click here.

The links below provide resources to support maternity and neonatal organisations:

Staffing

NHS England » National preceptorship framework for midwifery

Reducing inequalities in maternity and neonatal care

Black maternal health - Women and Equalities Committee (parliament.uk)

These resources are designed to be a living space – please use it, and add to it if you have information, insights, or materials that might optimise the way maternity and neonatal care could best be provided, now or in the future, both in times of crisis, and in times when there are less challenges to the health system.

For all the latest information on the Maternity Transformation Hub click here.