Encouraging progress made by trusts identified in CQC’s ‘Learning from deaths’ report

19 March 2019

 

The director of policy and strategy at NHS Providers, Miriam Deakin said:

“When a person dies under NHS care it is vital to ensure that opportunities to learn and improve care are not missed.

“It is encouraging to see that trusts’ awareness of new national guidance on learning from deaths is high, and that some – though not all – have made good progress.

When a person dies under NHS care it is vital to ensure that opportunities to learn and improve care are not missed.

Miriam Deakin    

“We welcome this report which offers practical examples of good practice by trusts, together with useful insights on the changes needed to support a better approach.”

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