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    Report
    Trends in the health of mothers and babies: Northern Territory 1986-2020
    Taken from Executive Summary: This report provides detailed descriptive information on the changes in health outcomes and risk factors of NT resident mothers and babies. The analysis is inclusive of all babies with gestational age of at least 20 weeks or, if gestation is unknown, birthweight is at least 400 grams, for the NT population. The analysis presents results for the NT overall and by Aboriginal status, across a 35-year period from 1986 to 2020. We examine changes within population groups, with separate graphs and statistics reported for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal mothers and babies. This approach is useful to highlight successful progress within populations and is in line with strength-based reporting. This approach also highlights areas that need greater attention and focus among key target groups. Further, we compare the two populations to demonstrate areas where significant inequalities in outcomes may exist and persist through time. The comparison between groups is not intended to highlight deficits in a population, but is important for informing service delivery and in working towards priorities for the provision of culturally safe care.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2013
    (Department of Health, Northern Territory, 2013)
    Hall, Jack
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    Case, Amanda
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    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2013 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2013. While the NT Midwives’ Collection contains information on both NT residents and non-NT residents who gave birth in the NT, the focus of this report is on NT residents who gave birth in the NT. Unless otherwise stated, the following key findings are for NT residents only
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2018
    (Department of Health, 2021) ; ;
    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2018 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2018.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2016
    (2016) ; ;
    Department of Health
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    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2016 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2016.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2017
    (Department of Health, 2017) ; ;
    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2017 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2017.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2014
    (Department of Health, 2014)
    Hall, Jack
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    Health Gains Planning
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    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2014 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2014. While the NT Midwives’ Collection contains information on both NT residents and non-NT residents who gave birth in the NT, the focus of this report is on NT residents who gave birth in the NT. Unless otherwise stated, the following key findings are for NT residents only
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2015
    (2015) ; ;
    Department of Health
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    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2015 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2015.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2020
    (NT Health, 2023) ;
    This report summarises data from the 2020 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2020. The trend tables (see Appendix B) show changes over time for key demographic and obstetric indicators and birth outcomes over the period 2006–2020.
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    Report
    Northern Territory Midwives Collection Mothers and Babies 2019
    (Department of Health, 2022-06-08)
    Bhat, Sunil
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    Jennings, Belinda
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    Innovation and Research
    This report summarises data from the 2019 Northern Territory (NT) Midwives’ Collection. It includes population characteristics of mothers, maternal health status, antenatal information, conditions and procedures used in labour and childbirth, as well as birth outcomes of all births that occurred in 2019. The trend tables (see Appendix B) show changes over time for key demographic and obstetric indicators and birth outcomes over the period 2005–2019. Unless otherwise stated, the following key findings are for NT residents only.