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Consultation on improving death certification

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This consultation paper, published today, seeks views on proposals to address the Shipman Inquiry's recommendations that there should be one system of death certification with effective scrutiny applicable to all deaths, whether the death is to be followed by burial or cremation, and that public health surveillance of causes of death should be improved.
 
The proposals, which were outlined in the Government's action programme Learning from tragedy, keeping patients safe (TSO, February 2007) in response to the recommendations of the Shipman Inquiry, apply to England and Wales only.  Comments to be received by 24 October 2007.

http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Consultations/Liveconsultations/DH_076971

You can also email info@anubishealthcare.com and I can email the documents to you.

Thanks to John Rotherham for the information
http://bsmconline.co.uk
This is an excellent site for all funeral directors and anyone concerned with bereavement issues
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