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Your Baby's Care poster

Select from the criteria below to generate a poster for a selected unit and year.

Please note that from 2017 data onwards, we report outlier analysis and main report measures using a “no imputation” approach. By this we mean that rates of adherence to standards, or rates of clinical outcomes are described for the babies where the outcome is known. This means that from 2017 onwards the results may not be directly comparable with results from 2014-2016 as displayed in the annual report, unit and network data sections and poster downloads. In previous years missing data were counted as negative outcomes or non-adherence to standards.

All outlier data and longitudinal outlier data (available from 2015-2019) are reported using the “no imputation” approach for all years, so are comparable. For more information about the NNAP measures, please see the current NNAP annual report and the NNAP measures guides.

Poster 1: NNAP unit results

This poster contains the basic results for your selected unit in A3 poster format.
Choose a year and a unit

Download PDF of poster one

Poster 2: Response to the NNAP unit results

This poster provides an opportunity to respond to a unit's NNAP results as set out in poster 1 by both highlighting successes and indicating the actions that are being implemented to address areas that still require improvement.

Click on the "download pdf of poster 2" link below to access the poster. Once you have opened the document you can enter text of your choice in the space under "What we are doing in response to our NNAP results:"

You can then save the edited document to your files and update it whenever you feel that it is necessary to do so.

Download PDF of poster two
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