National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 01-Tobacco smoking in pregnancy for all women giving birth (2013)
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Indicator|
|Common name:||Tobacco smoking in pregnancy|
|Short name:||PI 01-Tobacco smoking in pregnancy for all women giving birth (2013)|
|Synonymous names:||Smoking in pregnancy|
|Registration status:||Health, Superseded 02/02/2016|
|Description:||Among all women who gave birth, the proportion who reported smoking tobacco at any time during the pregnancy.|
|Rationale:||This outcome indicator is used to monitor public health.|
|Indicator set:||National Core Maternity Indicators (2013) Health, Superseded 02/02/2016|
Collection and usage attributes
|Computation description:||The proportion of women who reported smoking tobacco at any time during the pregnancy (proxy indicator).|
|Computation:||100 × (Numerator ÷ Denominator)|
|Numerator:||The number of women who gave birth and reported smoking tobacco at any time during the pregnancy.|
|Numerator data elements:|
|Denominator:||The total number of women who gave birth.|
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|Comments:||This indicator is a proxy. The numerator for the proxy indicator is the number of women who gave birth and reported smoking at any time in pregnancy. The denominator is the total number of women who gave birth. Records with data that are missing, not stated or not interpretable have been included in the denominator.
The aspirational indicator has two parts:
Data elements are from the Perinatal national minimum data set (NMDS) or have been provided as voluntary non-standardised items by the states and territories.
Standardised data collection for smoking in pregnancy commenced for births from July 2010. This will enable reporting against parts (a) among all women who gave birth the proportion who reported smoking tobacco in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy and (b) among all women who gave birth the proportion who reported smoking after 20 weeks of pregnancy, of the indicator in future, but data are not available to report on this indicator for 2004–09.
A birth is defined as the event in which a baby comes out of the uterus after a pregnancy of at least 20 weeks gestation or weighing 400 grams or more.
Smoking refers to the use of cigarettes or inhaled tobacco.
National Perinatal Data Collection (NPDC) data on smoking status and/or smoking quantity (number of cigarettes smoked) have been collected from NSW, Qld, SA and ACT since 2001, and progressively from all other jurisdictions. These data have been used to produce this proxy indicator.
|Unit of measure:||Person|
Data source attributes
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Has been superseded by National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 01—Tobacco smoking in pregnancy for all women giving birth (2016) Health, Superseded 06/09/2018