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You are what your mother ate?

You are what your mother ate? | Reproduction and the growing child | Scoop.it
David Barker 1938-2013 If you were looking for an example of how studying patterns of ill health in populations can spark ideas about the causation of disease and influence attempts to improve Publ...
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A recent posting on the Health and Society Blog

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Research has compared hospital births and home births for safety and recovery - Health news - NHS Choices

Research has compared hospital births and home births for safety and recovery - Health news - NHS Choices | Reproduction and the growing child | Scoop.it
A major study published today has examined the risks of home births, comparing them against deliveries in hospitals and midwife units. The research was covered by several newspapers, some of which highlighted a low risk while others said...
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A good review of recent evidence on safety by place of birth

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@steven_oliver - Twitter

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The latest Tweets from steven oliver (@steven_oliver). epidemiologist, teacher, public health doctor, shed owner. Yorkshire

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Steven Oliver's curator insight, September 26, 2014 4:53 AM

Mainly retweets (I'm shy and not really full of 'insight') so make what you will of them...

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NHS Atlas of Variation - Child Health

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This resource lets you examine national variation in child health -  try exploring variation in:

* perinatal mortality

* grommets

what my underlie these variations?

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Professor Sir Liam Donaldson - Interview 2014 - Part 1 - YouTube

Professor Sir Liam Donaldson is the WHO Envoy for Patient Safety and Chair in Health Policy at Imperial College London. Here we speak to him exclusively abou...
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Prof Donaldson was previously the Chief Medical Officer for the UK (and tops Galileo on the website 'Redheads Red Eggheads' (http://www.redheadandproud.com/famous_redheads_Red_Eggheads.html)!!).

Across his career he has been a major advocate for both quality improvement and patient safety in health. In this video he sets out some of the big themes we will touch on when thinking about quality: how organisations learn; the importance of culture; key priorities like hand hygiene and safer surgery through use of checklists.

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WHO | 10 facts on patient safety

WHO | 10 facts on patient safety | Reproduction and the growing child | Scoop.it
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This block includes learning outcomes around patient safety. These 10 facts present some of the big messages on a global scale

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