Deaths of patients with a learning disability and serious incidents

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Dear Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust,

Please would you provide the following information:

1) the number of deaths of patients with a learning disability that occurred in the last three years (by financial year eg 1/4/16 - 31/3/17, 1/4/17 - 31/3/18, 1/4/18 to present).

2) the number of deaths of patients with a learning disability reported as an incident on the National Reporting and Learning System (NLRS) in the last three years (defined as above)

3) the number of deaths of patients with a learning disability reported as an incident on the Strategic Executive Information System (STEIS) in the last three years (defined as above)

I look forward to hearing from you,
Many thanks
Dr George Julian

BCHC, Foi (BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

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Dear Dr George Julian

 

We are in receipt of your information request sent to us on 11 March
2019.  We will be dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of
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Eugene C Aninweze

Freedom of Information Officer

 

Tel:                 0121 466 7293

Internal:         67293

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Corporate Division

Freedom of Information Team

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

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BCHC, Foi (BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

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Dear Dr Julian

 

Further to your request for information, please find attached our
organisational response.  We apologise for the delay in sending our
response to you.

 

We confirm that this request is now closed.

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Regards

 

Eugene C Aninweze

Freedom of Information Officer

 

Tel:                 0121 466 7293

Internal:         67293

Email:            [1][email address]

Web:              www.bhamcommunity.nhs.uk

 

Corporate Division

Freedom of Information Team

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

3 Priestley Wharf, Holt Street, Birmingham Science Park, Aston

Birmingham B7 4BN

 

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Dear Eugene

Many thanks for your response. Please could you confirm which year(s) the NRLS and STEIS notification occurred in please. Questions 2 and 3 asked for a break down by calendar year.

Many thanks
George