CAESAREAN BIRTH - Your Baby, Your Body, Your Life, Your Choice

An organisation dedicated to redressing the balance in caesarean research, communication and maternity care

Caesarean Birth Publications and Submissions

Also see Journal PublicationsNice Guidance (Stakeholder Work) and Communication

2018
– Report (September 8)
Five Years of Care Quality Commission (CQC) Maternity Inspections (2013-2018)  
Part 1: Target Rates ‘Caesarean Rates and Promoting Normality’

– Consultation Submission
(May 10)
Maternity Services Data Set (MSDS) public consultation (details here)

– Inquiry Submission 
(June 29)
Parliament of Australia Select Committee on Stillbirth Research and Education Inquiry
Caesarean Birth – submission #67 

2017
Consultation Submission (May 26)
UK Department of Health’s A Rapid Resolution and Redress Scheme for Severe Avoidable Birth Injury
electivecesarean.com – submission; full consultation details here

– Inquiry Submission (January 17)
UK Health Committee’s Maternity Services Inquiry following publication of the National Maternity Review report ‘Better Births
electivecesarean.com – written evidence MS10035; full list of evidence here

2016
– Inquiry Submission (September 7)
UK Science and Technology Committee’s Science Communication Inquiry
electivecesarean.com – written evidence COM0019; full list of evidence here

 News Article (October 19)
National Health Executive
Pauline M Hull – Caesarean rates don’t indicate quality of care and targets are dangerous

2013
 Press Release (June 11)
electivecesarean.com – New NICE Quality Standard Reinforces Support for Maternal Request Caesareans and Mothers’ Satisfaction with Maternity Care

2012
 Press Release (August 24)
electivecesarean.com – New RCOG guidance urges CCGs to increase births without epidurals and reduce caesarean rates to 20%

2010
– Consultation Submission (October 3)
UK Government White Paper Equality and Excellence: liberating the NHS

electivecesarean.com – submission; also forwarded to Department of Health Professional Advisor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Heather Mellows FRCOG and Jeremy Hunt MP

2009
– Press Release (December 28)
PRlog.com
electivecesarean.com – Planned Cesarean Delivery Offers Protection Against Pelvic Floor Disorders

– Press Release (October 26)
Medical News Today
Coalition for Childbirth Autonomy – WHO Admits: There Is No Evidence For Recommending A 10-15% Caesarean Limit

News Article (October 7)
Freelibrary.com
Pauline M Hull – WHO Finally Admits – the ‘Optimum Rate [of Caesarean Section] Is Unknown’ and ‘There Is No Empirical Evidence’ for Its 1985 Recommendation of 10-15%; first seen in Irish Times report

Edited Column (March 27)
The Valley Voice, Pennsylvania, USA

2008
Press Release (October 29)
Coalition for Childbirth Autonomy – Birth Group, CCA, Calls on WHO to Re-examine ‘Outdated and Unsafe’ 10-15% Recommended Cesarean Rate

Article (February 26)
Pauline M Hull – CDMR: We can’t see the wood for the trees

Survey Results (February 26)
electivecesarean.com – 56% of expectant mums want a cesarean ‘through their own choice’

2007
Magazine Article (May 2)
pregnancyinfo.net
Pauline M Hull – Elective cesarean choice – The choice exists, it is legitimate, and it is here to stay

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