By James Titcombe, Course Director, Learning from Adverse Events Supporting staff and learning when things go wrong The way in which NHS organisations respond and learn following adverse events has repeatedly been highlighted as a cause for concern.  In 2018, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ Each...

Investigations into neonatal death and injury occurring during labour have consistently highlighted the urgent need for improvements in initiation, interpretation, escalation and decision-making surrounding fetal monitoring, particularly relating to continuous electronic fetal monitoring/cardiotocography (CEFM/CTG) [1,2, 3]. Most recently, the latest MBRRACE confidential enquiry into babies who...

Schemes to improve learning from incidences, better peer support, and evidence-based practice welcomed by Baby Lifeline Training.   Whilst most births in the UK end with a healthy mother and baby; when something does go wrong it can be devastating for both families and healthcare professionals, as...

We are delighted to bring you a new programme which will focus on learning from the most recent extensive report by NHS Resolution, Five Years of Cerebral Palsy Claims, as well as other salient trends in litigation in maternity. The speakers confirmed so far: Dr Michael...