This report presents statistics on women’s smoking status at time of delivery, at Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Clinical Commissioning Region, Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP), and national levels. This release includes data for quarter 4 of 2020-21 alongside finalised data for the 2020-21 financial year.
COVID-19 and the production of statistics. Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) disruption, the quality and coverage of some of our statistics has been affected, for example by an increase in non-submissions for some datasets. For the SATOD collection, there is a noticeable difference in the percentage of women who were smokers at the time of delivery in 2020/21 from the previous year (from 10.4% to 9.5%). Therefore, data should be interpreted with care over the COVID-19 period. Please see DQ table 1 for details of coverage issues given by submitters for this collection.
Key facts are for annual or quarter 4, 2020-21
9.5% of women were smokers at time of delivery in 2020-21
0.9 percentage point decrease from 2019-20 (10.4%), but still above the current national ambition of 6% or less
8.9% of women were smokers at the time of delivery in quarter 4 of 2020-21
0.6 percentage point decrease from quarter 3, 2020-21 (9.5%) but still above the national ambition of 6% or less
In quarter 4 of 2020-21, 32 out of the 134 CCGs that submitted data met the national ambition of 6% or less
Additional visualisation of this data, including time series, is available in the SATOD dashboard.
Last edited: 6 July 2021 9:22 am