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Welcome to the National Confidential Enquiry
into Patient Outcome and Death

This year NCEPOD celebrates 26 years of promoting improvements in health care. We have published 37 reports derived from a vast array of information about the practical management of patients. 

The distinctive feature of NCEPOD's contribution is the critical examination, by senior and appropriately chosen specialists, of what has actually happened to the patients.  Our recommendations have covered everything from individual clinical practice to national healthcare organisation, always with the aim of improving patient care and safety.

NCEPOD will continue to support hospitals and doctors to ensure that the highest possible quality of safe patient care is delivered.

TC: On the Right Trach? (2014)
Tracheostomy Care:
On the Right Trach? (2014)
SAH: Managing the Flow (2013)
Subarachnoid Haemorrhage:
Managing the Flow (2013)
ARLD: Measuring the Units (2013)
Alcohol Related Liver Disease:
Measuring the Units (2013)
Improving the quality of medical and surgical care.

 
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The core work of NCEPOD is undertaken as part of the Clinical Outcome Review Programme

 

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Recommendations

A key role of NCEPOD is to make recommendations based on the findings of the reports we undertake.

Classification of Intervention

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Topic Selection

Annual call for topics is now open - click here to download a proposal form.

Urban Myths

Clarification of an incorrect urban myth about NCEPOD recommendations.
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