Tackling smoking in pregnancy to reduce health inequalities
Tackling smoking in pregnancy to reduce health inequalities and infant mortality Wednesday 15th March 2017 Better Start Bradford Working in Partnership to
Reduce Smoking throughout Pregnancy Every Baby Matters in Bradford District Joanne Nykol Public Health, Tobacco
Lead Every baby Matters in Bradford District Smoking in pregnancy is the single most modifiable risk factor for pregnancy and
pregnancy outcomes Welcome Set out the rationale for action and the evidence base What we have already achieved What we plan to do Increase knowledge, identify
opportunities for partnership working, gaps, recommendations Smoking at time of delivery (SATOD) by CCG 2015/16 (source HSCIC) Where are they smoking?
Source: Public Health Analysis team, CBMDC 2014 Bradford driving force ~ Every Baby Matters Strategy and Action Plan - 10 recommendations to improve maternal and infant health and reduce infant mortality rates Every Baby Matters (EBM) - Steering Group
Smoking In Pregnancy Action Plan Collaborative commissioning
Bradford Council Bradford Districts CCG Bradford City CCG Public Health England Reducing smoking in pregnancy everybody's business Working togetherour partners
Commissioned Specialist Midwife Better intelligence Planning Services Childrens Centres Front line services Health Visitors
Front line services Health Visitors Referrals Lisa Fendall..where it all began There are a lot of common misconceptions out there and it may
be surprising but often women continue to smoke because they dont really understand the impact this can have on their babies Lisa Fendall - Specialist Midwife
Every Baby Matters in Bradford District Carolyn Sadler Public Health Stop Smoking Specialist, Pregnancy Lead
Our Key Message.. Following the NICE guidance (PH26) Collaborative working with: Midwives
Health Visitors Childrens Centres Better Start Bradford MAKING EVERY CONTACT COUNT Progress so far Stop Smoking Specialist Midwife commissioned BTHFT
All Ante-natal Midwives babyClear trained Midwifery staff provided with CO monitor and consumables Integration into antenatal care pathway Referral process that ensures referrals are received by the Stop Smoking Service within 24 48 hours of CO screening Quarterly reporting Ensure those responsible for providing health and support services understand why and how to identify those who smoke and refer to the Stop Smoking Service
Source: HSCIC, 2016 Next steps Risk perception implementation. 36 week CO readings. Support for antenatal admissions rapid access to NRT
Further Training http://elearning.ncsct.co.uk/vba-launch http://elearning.ncsct.co.uk/shs_vba-launch http://breathe2025.org.uk/ Bradford Stop Smoking Service - 01274 437700 [email protected]
Resources available from : Health Promotion Library & resources At Lynfield Mount Hospital 01274 223900 Bradford Tobacco Health Needs Assessment available online at:https://jsna.bradford.gov.uk/ References BMA (2007) Breaking the cycle of exposure to tobacco smoke
Royal College of Physicians: Passive Smoking and Children. A report of the Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians. London, RCP(2010) www.breathe2025.org.uk/.../Breathe-2025-partners-document.pdf Bradford Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, 2014 NICE (PH26), 2010 Smoking: stopping in pregnancy and after childbirth https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/pH26 Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy: A call to action (2013)
Nicotine Addiction in Britain (Royal College of Physicians, 2000) Action on smoking and health www.ash.org.uk/ (various facts sheets available) Bradford Tobacco Health Needs Assessment availble online at: https://jsna.bradford.gov.uk/documents/Health%20Needs%20Assessments/ Tobacco%20Health%20Needs%20Assessment/Tobacco%20Health %20Needs%20Assessment%202014%20-%202015.pdf
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