pdf MLU Review Proposed Model Briefing: (328 KB) These are the slides that were presented at the briefings for all those involved in the previous co-design workshops.
pdf MLU Review Proposed Changes Summary: (325 KB) This document outlines a proposed model of midwife led care and also includes a comparison with the current service model.
pdf You Said We Did: (518 KB) This demonstrates how we have included in a proposed model of care the feedback from those who took part in the review.
pdf Question and Answer sheet: (404 KB) This may answer questions you have about the review
These reports are the findings from the research interviews and workshops that have taken place.
pdf Final Insight Report: (2.57 MB) This is the report that details the findings from the research interviews conducted in July with families and staff, and the shared vision generated by the workshops which took place during September and October. The following Appendices 1-5 accompany this report:
- pdf Appendix Two (1.76 MB) (Family current experiences of maternity care)
- pdf Appendix Three (827 KB) (Free text feedback discovery phase)
- pdf Appendix Four (657 KB) (Insights from co design events)
- pdf Appendix Five (756 KB) (Shropshire Telford and Wrekin shared ambition bold steps outcomes)
pdf Interim Report: (758 KB) This is the report that details the findings from the research interviews conducted in July with families and staff
pdf Insights Summary: (6.50 MB) This is a set of slides that provide a illustrative summary of the interim report
pdf Shropshire Telford and Wrekin Shared ambition and Bold Steps: (445 KB) This is a report detailing the outputs from the community workshops which took place in Shrewsbury; Oswestry; Ludlow; Bridgnorth; Market Drayton; Telford
pdf Before Pregnancy; (36 KB) pdf During Pregnancy; (32 KB) pdf Birth; (34 KB) pdf After Birth: (34 KB) This is a verbatim recording of the comments from a workshop on 5th October which asked “How do we deliver the shared ambition for midwife led services in Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin”
Fiona Ellis, Programme Lead for Women’s and Children’s Services is using all the information gathered through the interviews and workshops to draw up some initial ideas for a possible future service design. During this process she will be contacting parents and midwives that have been involved to ask for feedback on progress.
Updates will continue to be posted on the website.