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Mortality reviews

Evidence suggests that 3% of the deaths that occur in healthcare settings could be avoided. Recurrence of problems can be prevented by identifying themes and generating quality improvements for care systems, through structured case record reviews.
This programme aims to improve the standardisation of mortality review processes within community, mental health and secondary care settings, as well as supporting the development of quality improvement projects based on the thematic learning from mortality reviews.