We’ve just made some updates to the NCMD Privacy Notice, which includes better explanation about how and what data is collected by the National Child Mortality Database.
Our publications section carries all NCMD reports, briefings and data releases. Here you’ll find in-depth analysis of overall child mortality in England, deep dives into specific causes of death with recommendations for improvement in the future, and complete data releases that give you a chance to explore the unique data we hold for yourself.
NCMD annual report 2019
The NCMD national data collection and analysis system is the first of its kind anywhere in the world to record comprehensive data, standardised across the country, on the circumstances of children’s deaths.
Assessment of investigations into SUDIC post-CDR [BMJ]
A retrospective assessment of the quality of investigations into unexpected deaths of infants and young children in England post-CDR.
Next Meeting of NCMD Professional Advisory Group
Professional Advisory Group (PAG) Meeting 2 announced for 24 October 2019
Perceptions of the Child Death Review Process
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Project Manager, on the importance of the Child Death Review Process.
Newsletter, September 2019
Things get done only if the data we gather can inform and inspire those in a position to make a difference.
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What are we doing to improve NCMD and eCDOP?
Steps we are taking to improve NCMD and eCDOPDuring the first few months after our launch, we received a lot of extremely valuable feedback from CDOPs who have been in touch with us directly to let us know of any difficulties or problems arising from the system. As a...
Impressions from the 5th Annual Conference of the NNCDOP
Sylvia Stoianova reflects on her attendance at the 2019 National Network of Child Death Overview Panels (NNCDOP) conference.
Establishing a legal basis for holding and transfer of data into NCMD
A main area of focus during the initial few months of the project, was working with NHS England lawyers and project partners to ensure there was a legal basis established so the National Child Mortality Database (NCMD) system could receive and hold data from Child...