JSNA - Maternal and Child Health
This topic relates to expectant mothers and children under the age of five. We want children in Birmingham to have the best start in life and the opportunities to grow, live and thrive in the city. The research and analysis in this section is provided to help the local authority and health services improve maternity services and improve health outcomes in the early years.
||Understanding the service needs of under five year olds in Birmingham, 2013|
|Evidence search for early interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people of Birmingham August 2013|
|Early Years Health and Wellbeing Needs Analysis||Birmingham needs analysis of health and wellbeing services for under 5s in the city, 2016|
|Early Years Health and Wellbeing Services Consultation||Results of the consultation on early years services carried out between November 2015 to February 2016|
|Births by Characteristics of Mother||Summary statistics of characteristics of mothers registering births in Birmingham between 2012 and 2014|
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