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Inquests – nowhere to hide: the increasing pressure to disclose and the Coroner’s powers of investigation *
United Kingdom - October 31 2013
The increasing pressure to disclose so much more to the coroner means inquests are becoming much more difficult and need careful handling. We all…
United Kingdom - April 23 2013
On 15 April 2013, the new Working Together To Safeguard Children (2013) came into force. This document should be complied with unless exceptional…
Co-authors: Ruth Creed.
Local policy changes require PCTs to go beyond legal duties in conducting NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) eligibility assessments for previously un-assessed period of care *
United Kingdom - March 21 2013
PCTs are currently suffering an onslaught of requests for retrospective assessments of CHC eligibility following the announcement of the deadlines…
Co-authors: Julie Jordan.
United Kingdom - March 8 2013
A change to the Coroners Act 1988, with immediate effect, means that coroners can now hold inquests anywhere in the country at their discretion. The…
Co-authors: Stuart Knowles.
United Kingdom - February 4 2013
A report on Children and young people's health and wellbeing in changing times has been published by a national collaborative of nine health…