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Coronavirus (COVID-19) delivering maternity and neonatal services through the pandemic: beyond Level Zero - guidance

Guidance for NHS Boards for the management of maternity and neonatal services in Scotland in their continued response to COVID-19 and to aid health boards with local service planning.

Published:
27 Sep 2021
Coronavirus (COVID-19) delivering maternity and neonatal services through the pandemic: beyond Level Zero - guidance

This guidance aims to collate guidance relevant to the essential provision of maternity and neonatal care and, additionally, interpret how that should be applied to meet the needs of women and families in Scotland. This document contextualises relevant Scottish Government and clinical guidance produced by key stakeholders including RCOG, RCM, RCPCH and BAPM. It has been written in partnership with healthcare professionals who care for pregnant women and babies and covers the key areas of: antenatal, intrapartum, postnatal and neonatal care, bereavement, staffing, training and national reporting, setting out minimum standards of care based on Boards risk assessments in relation to local virus prevalence.

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Contact

Email: Amy.Brown@gov.scot