NCMD newsletters

Of those who had an opinion, 100% of respondents agreed that they found the NCMD newsletter to be “useful and informative, relevant and easy to read” (NCMD survey, Oct 2020)

NCMD produces quarterly newsletters for child death professionals which are sent out by email. With information about the database, notifications for CDOPs and information about other related activities such as conferences, they are a useful way of keeping abreast of our work and the sector more widely.

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Past newsletters

Details of our newsletters can be found below:

CDR newsletter, July 2021

The July 2021 edition of NCMD’s CDR newsletter is out now, with details of our second annual report, other publications using NCMD data and more….

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CDR newsletter, January 2021

CDR newsletter, January 2021

The January 2021 edition of NCMD’s CDR newsletter is out now, with updates on our up-and-coming reports, safety alerts, the deadline for CDR data submission for 2021 and more…

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Newsletter, October 2020

Newsletter, October 2020

The October 2020 edition of the NCMD newsletter-with updates on COVID-19, NCMD’s latest report (out November), CDR resources, sector news and more..,

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Newsletter, July 2020

Newsletter, July 2020

The July edition of the NCMD newsletter, with updates on COVID-19, new guidance on notifications, clarifications around pregnancy and birth, and much more..,

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Newsletter, March 2020

Newsletter, March 2020

News and updates from NCMD from January to March 2020. Find out more about our response to COVID-19, database updates, LSCB1, and free online and printed resources, among other things…

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Newsletter, December 2019

Newsletter, December 2019

News and updates from NCMD from September to December 2019. Find out more about our first webinar for CDOP professionals and our up-and-coming quarterly monitoring reports, among other things…

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