The Topics Index catalogues individual maternity and neonatal measures already available, including those on the Scottish Pregnancy, Births and Neonatal Data (SPBAND) Dashboard, Discovery, NMPA, NNAP and PHS websites. The Topics Index also includes a list of CORE maternity measures.
The Topics index is available at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iAcRF8gc1-k7341JygofiSUmsvmKJ_OxUPyE07XVTPU/edit#gid=277533606
We appreciate the Google Sheets platform may not be available to all our users and are working to develop a more sophisticated accessible platform for the catalogue. In the meantime, if you cannot access the hyperlink above and would like to view the Topics Index, please contact the Hub Programme Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will seek alternative ways of sharing the index with you.
As part of our COVID-19 response, Public Health Scotland created a data dashboard showing wider impacts of COVID-19. Pregnancy and Births and babies sections of the Wider Impacts dashboard were updated each month until Sep 2023. However those sections have now been replaced by a new Scottish Pregnancy, Births and Neonatal Data (SPBAND) Dashboard, which was published for the first time on 3 October 2023 and will be updated quarterly.
SPBAND includes the same topics as those that featured in the two sections of the Wider Impacts dashboard it replaces:
SPBAND offers three ways to view data: time series charts for individual measures and individual Health Boards; small multiple time series charts, to allow comparison (for a particular measure) across Health Board areas, and a multi-indicator overview that displays multiple measures simultaneously, allowing comparison across Health Board areas.
Another Public Health Scotland dashboard that includes information on maternity care in Scotland is the NSS Discovery dashboard which can be accessed here:
You will need to register for a user name and password for this one.
Each year Public Health Scotland publishes a series of Official Statistics on pregnancy, childbirth and the early care of babies born in Scotland.