Jane Coyne is a senior midwife working for the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and has managed the Greater Manchester Smokefree Pregnancy programme since April 2018, as part of the Greater Manchester Making Smoking History team.
Jane has been responsible for implementing this complex programme that is pioneering in its work, taking a system-wide approach in the implementation of NICE guidance through the babyClear model. The Greater Manchester approach combines this with an incentive scheme which aims to introduce a new data set to capture programme outcomes.
Jane is passionate about ensuring Element 1 of the Savings Babies Lives Bundle is embedded to reduce the number of people who smoke during pregnancy. Her goal is for Greater Manchester to reach the national ambition of reducing the percentage who are Smoking at the Time of Delivery to 6% or less by 2022.
Prior to leading on the Smokefree Pregnancy Programme, Jane worked for Bolton NHS Foundation Trust for over 18 years, latterly leading a community midwifery team. When Jane isn’t working you will find her on the side-line of the football pitch supporting her son or curled up with a good book.
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