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We are committed to improving the quality and delivery of services and uses the learningfrom incident events, investigation, evidence and reports relating to serious incidents to ensure we deliver the best healthcare possible.

An incident requiring investigation is defined as an incident that occurred in a CCG-funded service and care resulting in unexpected or avoidable death, harm or injury to patient, carer, staff or visitor. In order to promote quality and compliance, we follow NHS England's reporting protocols for incidents.

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Independent investigation reports

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Independent investigation report into the care and treatment of Ms K - 07/11/2018

You can find the report here.

You can find Bradford District Care Trust's response to the report here where you can find a summary of the changes and improvements made.

You can find NHS England's response to the report here.

Responding to the report, Michelle Turner, Director of Quality and Nursing at NHS Bradford and Craven CCGs, said:

“We would like to express our sympathies to the families involved in this complex and tragic incident. We will take on board all of the learning points from the report so that local people get the best care possible, particularly when they move between addresses, areas and health systems.”