into sudden infant deaths
The Lullaby Trust was delighted to hold a joint seminar with the Office of National Statistics (ONS) this month. The seminar was aimed at baby charities, academics and public health researchers to look at different kinds of infant mortality data that are collected and how we can use this to drive down infant deaths in the UK. The aim of the seminar was to share information and bring our different sectors together. We were fortunate to have a number of high level presentations from colleagues and they have kindly agreed to make these available for wider circulation.
Nirupa Dattani - Newly linked datasets and their potential for investigating infant deaths
Ania Zylbersztejn and Pia Hardelid - International comparisons of infant mortality– how can administrative health data help us design effective prevention programmes?
Hannah Knight - What might 24/7 consultant-delivered obstetric care mean for maternal and neonatal outcomes?
Dr Marilena Korkodilos - Reducing infant mortalityA summary of the evidence
Lucy Smith - How data can help us to reduce infant mortality - MBRRACE-UK
Alison Macfarlane - Collaboration within Europe to produce comparable data about the health and care of pregnant women and their babies
Vasita Patel - An overview of ONS infant mortality and child health publications
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