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Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Jun 17
These are some of the hopes and challenges for the programme in 2019/20.
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Angela Hassiotis Jun 18
There’s now a national child mortality database
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Dr Sara Ryan Jun 25
When I think back to the attempted burying of , the strategic and delayed publication of 2 reviews. What a deceitful, gutless bastard.
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Le Der Jun 18
Back in class for an hour. Gonna be a crazy time.
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Caroline McGirr Jun 18
Claire Browing our Barnet local coordinator introducing at our End of life planning event
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rayofthegarden Jun 24
Yet another horrendous premature and preventable death with the familiar theme of families being alienated, seen as 'contentious' just for highlighting concerns of their loved ones health issues and the need for a review.
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Beer Me Bags Jun 25
When you just can’t get enough of this sort of thing! 😄🍻☀️ @ Lago di Ledro
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Jobbsafari Jun 17
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Charlie Crabtree Jun 19
My hope is that we will stop counting deaths and start celebrating lives.
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Elaine justiceforCliveTreacey Jun 18
We also can show local areas are selective & refusing to investigate learning disability deaths, not delayed refusing?
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Beer Me Bags Jun 24
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Kiran S Jeenkeri Jun 20
Dr Peter Cutajar, Consultant Psychiatrist and reviewer, talking about the programme and the recent report
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Paula McGowan Jun 18
Replying to @medicalcoverup
I think given what we are going through regarding I will leave others to answer this
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Dr Sara Ryan Jun 17
Have any changes been made in response to the 2017 recommendations? [People are still dying.]
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Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Jun 18
The team collates completed reviews and makes recommendations to for improvements. "What we learn from reviewing the deaths should give everyone the information they need to help stop people with learning disabilities dying early."
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Paula McGowan Jun 18
This didn’t happen to Oliver. picked up on it during their investigations
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Minh Alexander 8h
2) All the CQC needs to do to establish which members of its board were involved in the suppression of the 2015 inspection report on is to ask Paul Lelliott. Distinctly whiffy evasions.
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Lewisham Speaking Up Jun 21
Kali and Aisha say they are proud of their work today talking to staff at Lewisham hospital about abuse at and report early deaths. Enough is enough they say it's time for action
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Kiran S Jeenkeri Jun 20
Sara Dowling community nurse and Marie McGahey presenting the End of Life resource pack jointly produced by and
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