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EEPD Volume 3. Datasets

F. Every Mother Datasets

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Focus on Mother. One Return for every Mother. 

 

I. Mother Data (with some Baby Data) - Small Datasets

 

Korner Maternity (1988)  - Historical

 

Korner Maternity Clinical Options (1988)  - Historical

 

II. Mother Data (with some Baby Data) - Large Datasets

 

Scottish Morbidity Returns - SMR 02 - Maternity Discharge (1999)

 

Maternity Record-SMR2 (Paper Version as in use in 2008 in South Glasgow University Hospitals Division)

 

Cardiff Births Survey - Mother Variables (As used in 2003)

 

Cardiff Births Survey - Mother Variables (As used in 1995)

  • Scan of Original (Awaiting Scanning)
  • “Cut & Paste” version (In preparation)

 

Quality Review System Obstetric Questionnaire (1989) Pending??

  • Scan of Original (Awaiting Scanning)
  • “Cut & Paste” version (In preparation)

III. Mother Datasets - 

Extracted from confusing, mixed Mother and Baby Datasets.

 

Thames Maternal & Child Health Information Systems Project (1999)

Click here for a simple scan version of the full Thames Project dataset

 

Canadian Perinatal Database - Toronto Consensus (1994)

Click here for a simple scan version of the full Toronto Consensus dataset

 

 

 

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