§ Mr. Gareth Wardell
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will publish in the Official Report the number of representatives from west Wales on the perinatal mortality initiative committee.
§ Mr. Wyn Roberts
Among the 13 members of the perinatal mortality survey group appointed by my right hon. Friend are two from west Glamorgan; Dr. J. Thomas, specialist in community medicine and Miss J. Sinnott, former director of community nursing services. Members
Paediatricians Obstertricians and Gynaecologists* Number Whole-time Equivalents† Number Whole-time Equivalents† Clwyd 4 4.0 6 5.9 East Dyfed 6 2.3 7 3.3 Pembrokeshire 1 0.9 2 2.0 Gwent 4 4.0 7 7.0 Gwynedd 3 2.0 6 3.2 Mid Glamorgan 7 5.9 8 7.8 Powys 4 1.2 5 0.5 South Glamorgan 11 7.8 8 6.6 West Glamorgan 4 3.7 6 5.5
* Obstetricians and Gynaecologists cannot be identified separately.
† As at 30 September 1985.
There were also, at 30 September 1985, the following consultants in other identifiable paediatric specialities.394W
§ Mr. Mark Robinson
It is not possible, from the information available centrally, to indentify paediatric cardiologists and paediatric cardiac surgeons within the overall totals for cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, respectively. The latest information relating to the numbers of consultants in these specialties is given in the table:
of the survey group have been appointed because of their particular expertise in the fields of maternal and neonatal care and do not represent any geographical area.