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Our Early Notification scheme requires all trusts to report to us within 30 days all maternity incidents of potentially severe brain injury. The trust legal services department should be informed by clinical teams within 14 days that a notifiable severe brain injury incident has occurred by using this form.
We frequently receive requests for data held in our claims management system. We have produced a document to help those making requests better understand the range of data that we hold, the constraints around what information we can provide and some commonly used terms.
This note focuses on how you can prepare for giving evidence in court, the phases of giving evidence and top tips for presenting yourself professionally and credibly.
This note provides guidance to those who may be approached to give evidence as a witness if you were involved in providing care and treatment to a claimant on behalf of one of our members (for example, a Trust).
This note provides guidance to those who may be approached to give a statement or evidence in court as a witness in a non-clinical claim case.
This document sets out the requirements for when and how a member should report a new claim to NHS Resolution. It also provides other useful information such as: what to expect once a claim has been reported and common definitions.
The Clinical Negligence Scheme for Trusts (CNST) rules set out the scope of the scheme.
This report provides an analysis of the various clinical situations that have led to maternity claims and it is hoped that the information provided will be helpful to those professionals responsible for ensuring the provision of safe care for women and their babies.