Introduction

This section presents data on factors related to conception, pregnancy and delivery, including breastfeeding profiles. It includes information on maternity, teenage conceptions and breastfeeding. It is maintained by the National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network.

Key pregnancy and birth indicators

Covers the key indicators relating to conception, pregnancy and delivery.

 

Breastfeeding indicators

Including the Breastfeeding Profiles, these indicators show performance against a range of indicators describing demographic, breastfeeding behaviours and health outcome data for mothers and their children.

 

All indicators

These indicators form a comprehensive set of indicators for the health of pregnant women, breastfeeding and related data. Use the compare indicators section to plot correlation between any two indicators. Please note any correlation between the two indicators selected does not imply causation.

 

Supporting resources

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Maternity

Teenage conceptions

Breastfeeding

Perinatal mental health

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Recent updates

July 2017

These indicators have been updated with more recent data:

  • Percentage of deliveries to mothers from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups
  • Caesarean section %
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 years or above
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged under 1 year
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged 1 year
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged 2,3 and 4 years
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged under 1 year
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged 1 year
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged 2,3 and 4 years

May 2017

These indicators have been updated with more recent data:

  • Under 16s conception rate / 1,000

April 2017

These indicators have been updated with more recent data:

  • Under 18 conceptions
  • Under 18 conceptions leading to abortion (%)

February 2017

All National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network data transferred from ChiMat's Data Atlas to Public Health England's Fingertips website, and new Child and Maternal Health section launched.