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SAI Learning Reports

From 1 May 2010 the responsibility for the management and follow up of Serious Adverse Incidents (SAIs) transferred from Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) to the Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) working jointly with Public Health Agency (PHA) and collaboratively with Regulation Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA). Learning Reports on SAIs are published twice a year and available to view or download below.

Serious Adverse Incidents Learning Reports

NameSizeHits
Edition 01 SAI-Learning-Report - April - September 20110.4 MiB1050
Edition 02 SAI-Learning-Report - October 2011 - March 20120.2 MiB1412
Edition 03 SAI-Learning-Report - April - September 20120.2 MiB1048
Edition 04 SAI-Learning-Report - October 2012 - March 20130.2 MiB976
Edition 05 SAI-Learning-Report - April - September 20130.6 MiB1048
Edition 06 SAI-Learning-Report - October 2013 - March 20140.7 MiB1128
Edition 07 SAI-Learning-Report - April - September 20140.7 MiB1037
Edition 08 SAI-Learning-Report - October 2014 - March 20150.7 MiB928
Edition 09 SAI-Learning-Report - April - September 20150.7 MiB1100
Edition 10 SAI Learning Report - October 2015 - March 20160.7 MiB1068
Edition 11 SAI Learning Report - April - September 20160.7 MiB1169
Edition 12 SAI Learning Report - October 2016 - March 20170.7 MiB1117
Edition 13 SAI Learning Report - April - September 20170.7 MiB1330
Edition 14 SAI Learning Report - October 2017 March 20180.7 MiB1171
Edition 15 SAI Learning Report - Arpril - September 20182.2 MiB764
Edition 16 SAI-Learning Report - September 20192.2 MiB397
English - Communication With The Service User Family And Carers Following A Serious Adverse Incident64 KiB944