Webinar: Thursday 18 July, 1015–1130

Online, with free registration in advance

In this webinar Dr Joanna Garstang, from University of Birmingham, will explain all about a toolkit created to help involve bereaved parents in the review of their child’s death. The toolkit provides a structured format for parents are able to ask questions, feedback to professionals and learn the outcomes of Child Death Review meetings. The toolkit was developed jointly by bereaved parents and professionals during the research project ‘Involving Parents and Staff in Learning from Child Deaths’, funded by the National Institute of Health Research.

The webinar will explain how the toolkit was created, what it contains and how to use it. The toolkit is freely available to use on the NCMD website.

The webinar is aimed particularly at key workers, and those involved in Child Death Review meetings for children who die in hospital, hospices or under palliative care, but will be of interest to all Child Death Review Professionals.

The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session, and you can also submit questions in advance by emailing NCMD-programme@bristol.ac.uk.

The session is free and open to all with free registration in advance. Please note that the session will be recorded and shared by NCMD to support future learning.

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