National Maternal, Newborn and Infant Clinical Outcome Review Programme
Jenny Kurinczuk (NPEU)
Lucy Smith (University of Leicester), Janet Scott (Sands - the stillbirth and neonatal death charity, London, UK), Jim Neilson (University of Liverpool), Brad Manktelow (University of Leicester), Sara Kenyon (University of Birmingham), David Field (University of Leicester), Elizabeth Draper (University of Leicester), Peter Brocklehurst (NPEU), Ron Gray (NPEU (Former member)), Maggie Redshaw (NPEU (Former member))
Severe maternal morbidity and mortality
Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership
The MBRRACE-UK collaboration has been commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership to deliver the UK-wide Maternal, Newborn and Infant Clinical Outcome Review Programme.
The aim of MBRRACE-UK is to provide robust information to support improvements in the delivery of safe, equitable, high quality, patient-centred maternal, newborn and infant health services.
To meet this aim MBRRACE-UK is carrying out:
Surveillance and confidential enquiries on all maternal deaths in the UK since 2009 together with a rolling programme of confidential enquiries of topic-based serious maternal morbidity.
Surveillance of all late fetal losses (22-23 weeks gestation), stillbirths and infant deaths in the UK from 2013 onwards together with a rolling programme of topic-based confidential enquires of stillbirths, infant deaths and serious infant morbidity.