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Title: Trends in the health of mothers and babies: Northern Territory 1986-95
Authors: Markey, Peter
d'Espaignet, Edouard
Condon, John
Woods, Maxene
Keywords: childbirth;antenatal care;maternal health;mothers;census;statistics;infants
Issue Date: Jan-1998
Publisher: Epidemiology Branch, Territory Health Services
Publication information: Markey PG, d'Espaignet ET, Condon JR & Woods M. Trends in the health of mothers and babies, Northern Territory, 1986-95. Territory Health Services, Darwin, 1998.
Series/Report no.: Northern Territory midwives' collection
Abstract: The primary purpose of this report is to inform and encourage community discussion on the health of mothers and their babies, the services they require and the adequacy of the services currently available to them. In addition, the report aims to provide feedback to midwives, Aboriginal health workers,community health nurses and medical practitioners involved with maternal and child health. Ultimately, this report aims to act as a source of information for the community, policy makers, health planners and health project implementation teams in the initiation, development, implementation and evaluation of health programs.
Description: The Northern Territory’s Midwives' Collection, maintained by the Epidemiology Branch of Territory Health Services, has been operating since 1986. The Collection is a population-based census of all births in public and private hospitals as well as home births that occurred in the Northern Territory. It includes all births of 20 weeks gestation or 400 grams.
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