Health organisation stubs headlines with new smoking test for pregnant women
Friday, April 11th, 2014
on behalf of Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Women attending their first antenatal appointment at all NHS Scotland hospitals are being offered a carbon monoxide (CO) test. The service, devised by the Maternity & Children Quality Improvement Collaborative (MCQIC) of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme which is run by Healthcare Improvement Scotland, provides a method to indicate raised levels of exposure to the gas through either smoking or passive smoking or other sources such as exhaust fumes.
The story grabbed an array of headlines, coverage of the individual stories can be seen in both the print
The coverage showcased the hard work of SIGN and Healthcare Improvement Scotland to improve the patient care across the Scotland.
This was achieved as part of an ongoing PR campaign by Holyrood Partnership – the full story is in the original press release.
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