New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators - series

Publications

  • New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators 2015 cover
    Published 16 December 2016
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators present comparative maternity interventions and outcomes data for pregnant women and their babies by maternity facility and district health board region.
  • Published 03 May 2016
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators present comparative maternity interventions and outcomes data for pregnant women and their babies by maternity facility and district health board region. 
  • New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators 2013
    Published 10 September 2015
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators present comparative maternity interventions and outcomes data for pregnant women and their babies by maternity facility and district health board region.
  • Maternity clinical indicators cover
    Published 24 October 2014
    This report presents 15 maternity clinical indicators by maternity facility and district health board region for births in 2012 and shows trends in these indicators since 2009.
  • Published 20 May 2013
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators are the result of collaboration between the Ministry of Health and maternity stakeholders, representing consumer, midwifery, obstetric, general practice, paediatric and anaesthetic perspectives.  
  • cover NZ Maternity Clinical Indicators
    Published 26 October 2012
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators are a integral part of the Ministry of Health’s Maternity Quality Initiative. These indicators are evidence based and cover a range of procedures and outcomes for mothers and their babies in 2010. This second report of benchmarked clinical maternity data will be used to support the local clinical review of maternity services.
  • New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators 2009 cover thumbnail
    Published 05 June 2012
    The New Zealand Maternity Clinical Indicators are a integral part of the Ministry of Health’s Maternity Quality Initiative. These indicators are evidence-based and cover a range of procedures and outcomes for mothers and their babies. This benchmarked data will be used to support the local clinical review of maternity services.
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