“We all have a duty to listen to what parents have to say; a duty as citizens, professionals and as human beings” Sylvia Stoianova, NCMD Manager
NCMD’s blog articles and videos provide a personal perspective of what it means to be involved in the Child Death Review (CDR) process. They also help to explain what this process – and NCMD – can mean to bereaved families and parents, following the loss of their child.
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In light of the publication of our second annual report, NCMD Manager, Vicky Sleap tells us what learning from child deaths means to her…
NCMD Manager, Vicky Sleap, considers the effect of deprivation on child mortality, in light of NCMD’s recent report on this topic:
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Manager, takes a look at what 2021 holds in store for NCMD.
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Project Manager, reflects on the trials and tribulations of the LSCB1 return.
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Project Manager, reflects on the importance of Child Death Review meetings, and the value they bring to families and professionals alike.
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Project Manager, reflects on the importance of CDR data under COVID-19.
Vicky Sleap, NCMD Project Manager, on the importance of the Child Death Review Process.
Dr Katie Koehler video on what NCMD means for parents.
Video of Charlotte Bevan on what NCMD means for parents.
Impressions from the 5th Annual Conference of the National Network of Child Death Overview Panels (NNCDOP)
Sylvia Stoianova reflects on her attendance at the 2019 National Network of Child Death Overview Panels (NNCDOP) conference.