The launch of the Heart Failure online organisational questionnaire

NCEPOD is pleased to announce the launch of the organisational questionnaire for our Heart Failure study. It is the first questionnaire that we have produced in an electronic format. If you are a local reporter with one or more hospitals participating in the Heart Failure study, you will receive an email from the following email address ncepod-questionnaires@sunstonetechnology.com which invites you to register with our new online questionnaire system over the next few weeks.

Once registered you will then be able to access the Heart Failure study Organisational Questionnaire for the hospital(s) at which you are a Local Reporter. As well as allowing you to directly complete and submit a questionnaire for each hospital, the NCEPOD online questionnaire system allows you to invite people to help you complete the questionnaire, should you require specific input. We strongly suggest liaising with the invitee before using this function. The online system also allows you to see the progress of the questionnaire when it is being completed by an invitee. Once the questionnaire is completed, you (and not any invitees) have the ‘administrative rights’ to submit the questionnaire.

The system has already been piloted with a number of Local Reporters so hopefully it will prove relatively simple to use but if you have any queries regarding the online questionnaire system or Heart Failure organisational questionnaire, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0207 251 9060 or email us at info@ncepod.org.uk.

The NCEPOD 2017 report launch of: "Acute Non-Invasive Ventilation: Inspiring Change"

The NCEPOD 2017 report "Acute Non-Invasive Ventilation: Inspiring Change" was launched at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London on 13th July 2017. To view the report please click here.

The NCEPOD 2017 report launch of: "Mental Health in General Hospitals: Treat as One"

The NCEPOD 2017 report "Mental Health in General Hospitals: Treat as One" was launched at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London on 26th January 2017. To view the report please click here.

The NCEPOD 2016 report launch of: "Acute Pancreatitis: Treat the Cause"

The NCEPOD 2016 report "Acute Pancreatitis: Treat the Cause" was launched at the EPC Scientific Meeting, Liverpool on 7th July 2016. To view the report please click here.

We are please to announce that the SORT app is now available on both Android and iOS.

An app version of the SORT has been made freely available via the App Store (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) and Google Play Store (Android handheld devices and tablets).    
To view more information about the SORT app please click here.

We are pleased to announce that the SORT app will soon be released on both Android and iOS.

We are pleased to announce that the SORT app has been released on both Android and iOS.
To view more information about the SORT app please click here.

NCEPOD sepsis report featured on "Trust Me I’m a Doctor" and an interview with Dr Ron Daniels of the UK Sepsis Trust

The NCEPOD 2015 Report "Sepsis: Just Say Sepsis!" has been featured on "Trust Me I’m a Doctor". To see the clip please click here.

An interview with Dr Ron Daniels of the UK Sepsis Trust has also been featured. To see the interview please click here.

To view the published report please click here.

The NCEPOD 2015 Report launch of: "Sepsis: Just Say Sepsis!"

The NCEPOD 2015 Report "Sepsis: Just Say Sepsis!" was launched at The Royal College of Surgeons of England - London on 24th November 2015. To view the report please click here.

NCEPOD is pleased to announce that from 22 October 2015 it has won the bid to run the three-year Child Health Review.

"The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) has won the bid to run the three-year Child Health Review, and is expanding its work programme across Scotland for the first time", Chief Executive Marisa Mason says.

To view the press release please click here.

The NCEPOD 2015 Report launch of: "Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage: Time to Get Control?"

The NCEPOD 2015 Report "Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage: Time to Get Control?" was launched at the Royal College of  Physicians - London on 3rd July 2015. To view the report please click here.