Although funded by the Department of Health and hosted by NHSI, we operate independently. We're also independent from regulatory bodies like the Care Quality Commission (CQC). By offering a new perspective and developing meaningful and influential recommendations we aim to drive positive change at a wider level.
Investigation into the transition from CAMHS to AMHS
national investigation report reviewed the transition from children and
adolescent mental health services to adult mental health services and
identified areas for improvement and we have made six recommendations to NHSE,
NHSI and the Care Quality Commission.
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Today, the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch has published its second full investigation report to support a new learning culture around mistakes in the NHS. The investigation reviewed the transition of...
Any person, group or organisation can share cases for potential investigation via the safety awareness form. Each submission is reviewed against our criteria, and an important part of assessment is whether we can learn something new that improves practice across the health system. We use a range of approaches focusing on establishing cause and identifying risk.