The Scottish Perinatal Network (SPN) is a Scottish Government commissioned Strategic Network which facilitates collaboration across maternity and neonatal services, to support the best possible outcomes for mothers, babies and families. The Network does this by coordinating working groups around priorities identified by the perinatal clinical community in collaboration with strategic partners, and is governed by a Core Steering Group and an Oversight Board which include It includes senior managers, clinicians, nurses, scientists and patient representatives in their membership.
The SPN Programme Team is hosted by NHS National Services Scotland. Clinical Leadership is provided by neonatal, obstetric and midwifery Lead Clinicians.
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Public facing information for pregnant and new parents is available on the ‘For Parents’ tab and at NHS Inform at https://www.nhsinform.scot/ready-steady-baby.
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