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dc.contributor.authorPublic Health/Health improvement Directorate
dc.descriptionTo improve breast feeding rates and provide an opportunity for early intervention with regards to health behaviours in pregnancy, the Scottish Government set an antenatal HEAT (Hospital Efficiency and Access Target) that, by March 2015, at least 80% of pregnant women in each Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) quintile will have booked for antenatal care by 12 weeks gestation. To support this intervention, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) introduced a new central booking line to improve the pathway into antenatal care. From mid October 2014 to mid January 2015, a survey was conducted with women in NHSGGC who had attended their first (booking) appointment with a midwife asking about women’s experience of the new booking line and the extent to which health improvement featured in their initial interaction with a midwife. This report presents the key findings from the survey.en
dc.publisherNHS Greater Glasgow and Clydeen
dc.rightsAttribution 4.0 International*
dc.subjectmaternal healthen
dc.subjectmaternity servicesen
dc.titleMaternity booking appointment survey 2015: key findingsen
dc.typeKey Findings Reporten

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