A report published today explores the experiences of bereaved families and carers following a review into the death of their child.

The report was produced by the National Hub for Reviewing and Learning from the Deaths of Children and Young People, a collaboration between Healthcare Improvement Scotland and the Care Inspectorate. It highlights the vital importance of learning from child deaths and keeping the voices of families and carers front and centre in order to gain invaluable insights into what went wrong and where improvements must be made to prevent potentially avoidable deaths of children and young people.

You can access the report here.