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Smoking Status at Time of Delivery (SATOD) data collection

The Smoking Status at Time of Delivery (SATOD) collection covers information on the number of women smoking and not smoking at time of delivery (child birth). 

Submitting data

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS) are required to submit data on smoking status at time of delivery every three months through the NHS Digital Strategic Data Collection.

Read the supporting guidance on how to submit data through the Strategic Data Collection Service (SDCS).

Data submission

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS) are required to submit data on smoking status at time of delivery every three months through the NHS Digital Strategic Data Collection System (SDCS).

Submission timetable

The submission deadlines for each quarter are:

Quarter

Reporting period

Submission start date

Submission end date

Quarter 4 2019-20

1 January 2020 to 31 March 2020

1 April 2020

24 April 2020

Quarter 1 2020-21 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020 1 July 2020 24 July 2020
Quarter 2 2020-21 1 July 2020 to 30 September 2020 1 October 2020 26 October 2020
Quarter 3 2020-21 1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020 4 January 2021 27 January 2021
Quarter 4 2020-21 1 January 2021 to 31 March 2021 1 April 2021 26 April 2021

Data items to be collected

CCGs must submit the following data items for each quarter in the financial year of the birth registration:

  • number of maternities
  • number of women known to be smokers at the time of delivery
  • number of women known to be non-smokers at the time of delivery 
  • number of women whose smoking status was not known at the time of delivery

These are defined as:

  • the number of maternities - the number of pregnant women who give birth (during the quarter) to one or more live or stillborn babies of at least 24 weeks gestation, where the baby is delivered by either a midwife or doctor at home or in an NHS hospital (including GP units) - this count should be the number of pregnant women, not the number of babies (deliveries) - this means that twins are counted as one maternity and it does not include maternities that occur in psychiatric hospitals or private beds /hospitals
  • women known to be smokers at the time of delivery - pregnant women who self-reported that they were smokers - this includes any cigarettes or tobacco at all, but excludes non-combustible nicotine products, such as e-cigarettes or other nicotine containing products - If a woman intends to give up smoking after the delivery, but was a smoker up until the delivery date they are included in this count
  • women known to be non-smokers at the time of delivery - pregnant women who self-reported that they were non-smokers (no cigarettes or tobacco at all) - this count does not include women whose smoking status is not known (which is collected separately), or those who intend to give up smoking after delivery
  • women whose smoking status was not known at the time of delivery - those whose smoking status was not determined for whatever reason. 

Commissioner based returns

This is a CCG return. CCGs should submit all maternities where the baby is delivered by either a midwife or doctor at home or in an NHS hospital (including GP units) commissioned by that CCG. The CCG is required to submit data for all maternities.

Data revisions

During the quarter 4 submission period, there will be an opportunity to re-submit data for quarters 1, 2 and 3. If you want to make revisions, please contact the data collections team first so they can re-open the quarter(s) for revision.

Guidance

Further information

Last edited: 24 March 2020 10:37 pm