Serious case reviews need reform, say academics

Neil Puffett
Monday, July 21, 2014

Inquiries into child deaths must be reformed so frontline practice can be improved to prevent further tragedies, a major study has concluded.

Academics have called for serious case reviews to be more succinct. Picture: Phil Adams
Academics have called for serious case reviews to be more succinct. Picture: Phil Adams

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