Resources and Reports

Reports

Queensland Mothers and Babies 2016 and 2017
Queensland Mothers and Babies 2014 and 2015
Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2015
Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2013

Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2013 - Full Report (PDF, 8.20MB)

  1. Preface, Foreword, Contents, Summary, Recommendations and Good practice points (PDF, 536KB)
  2. Section 1 Maternal and perinatal mortality (PDF, 284KB)
  3. Section 2 Pregnancy and newborn care (PDF, 1.30MB)
  4. Section 3 Congenital malformations (PDF, 817KB)
  5. Section 4 Comparisons between hospital groups and their outcomes (PDF, 817KB)
  6. Section 5 Data tables (PDF, 817KB)
  7. Section 6 Data sources used in this report (PDF, 104KB)
  8. Appendix, Abbreviations, Acknowlegments (PDF, 512KB)
Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2011

Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2011 - Full Report (PDF, 8.20MB)

  1. Introduction
  2. Executive summary
  3. Reccomendations
  4. Section 1 - Maternal and Perinatal mortality
  5. Section 2 - Pregnancy and newborn care
  6. Section 3 - Ad hoc reviews
  7. Section 4 - Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network
  8. Data tables
Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council Report 2010
  1. Contents
  2. Figures
  3. Key Findings
  4. Maternal Age
  5. Birthweight
  6. Onset of Labour<
  7. Mode of Birth
  8. Effect of previous pregnancy on mode of birth
  9. Maternal and Perinatal Mortality
  10. Congenital anomalies
  11. Tables
  12. Tables
  13. Tables
  14. Tables
  15. Tables
  16. Tables
  17. Data Sources Used in this Report
  18. Business Rules
  19. Appendix

Clinical resources

  • Comprehensive clinical analysis following stillbirth - this is a guide for Hospital and Health Services in relation to a recent change to the Hospital and Health Boards Regulation 2012 (the Regulation). The change means stillbirths are now included in the Regulation as a reportable event within the Queensland Severity Assessment Code matrix for clinical incident management.
  • Considerations in the management of pregnant women who refuse blood and blood products. The council recognises the issues involved in the provision of medical treatment to pregnant women who refuse blood and blood products are complex, and it is therefore difficult to develop a formal protocol that can be applied with certainty to every individual circumstance. Pregnancy, unlike many other situations where acute blood loss may occur, offers a significant window of opportunity during antenatal care to ascertain the woman's exact wishes in a non-acute setting, and to make sure she is as unlikely as possible to need blood products. This document has been produced following consultation with members of the Jehovah's Witness Faith.
Last updated: 22 May 2020