Refreshing the Framework for Maternity Services in Scotland Mags McGuire Deputy Chief Nursing Officer Christine Duncan Change Manager, Maternity Services. Why refresh the framework?. Policy landscape, evidence and knowledge has moved on since 2001
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Refreshing the Framework for Maternity Services in ScotlandMags McGuire Deputy Chief Nursing OfficerChristine Duncan Change Manager, Maternity Services
We need a strategic framework that meets a number of challenges, including……
Synthesising ‘old’ and ‘new’- applying the key dimensions of Healthcare Quality - person centred, safe and effective
Nothing taken out but some merging and some key additions needed, for example-
2 specific roles
GIRFEC PRACTICE MODEL
Thinking about equity in the quality of care, effective and person centred for every woman and her baby
‘Delivering health and other services that are both universal and appropriately prioritised to meet the needs of those most at risk of poor health, and that seek to prevent problems arising, as well as addressing them if they do.’
(Equally Well 2008)
Ref: NICE draft guidance on socially complex pregnancies
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