SUDIC and Child Death Review Processes in Leeds

This session will cover the following:

  • Child Death Review process overview – legislation and practice
  • SUDIC (sudden unexpected Death in childhood) defined and the children’s practitioner’s role in the process
  • National and Local Statistics
  • Lessons learned and the role of the Child Death Overview Panel

This one and a half hour briefing will be delivered by Shelagh Davenport, SUDIC Professional Lead, Leeds Community Healthcare Trust



Participants must have completed Introduction to Working Together to Safeguard Children and Young People  (or their in-house equivalent) before they can access this training.


Dates available

  • Monday 21st June   10:00-11:30



The briefing is free to access for all delegates however, all delegates from any agency will be charged £25 for non-attendance at the live session. We will therefore require billing details from all delegates registering for the course.

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Delivery Method

This briefing will be delivered live on Zoom. Delegates will be asked to mute microphones on entry but will be invited to unmute to ask questions or contribute to discussions. Delegates will also be encouraged to use the chat function to ask questions and they may choose whether they have their cameras on or off throughout the session.


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