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NHS Litigation Authority to become NHS Resolution

From April 2017 the NHS Litigation Authority is changing its name to NHS Resolution and launching a five year strategy underpinning the change. NHS Resolution will be more involved in incidents at an earlier stage and as part of this strategic shift has launched a new approach to the way in which it responds to incidents involving brain damage at birth. We already approached trusts to ask them to report all maternity incidents that occur on or after 1 April 2017 which are likely to result in severe brain injury in order to increase the level of support we provide when these rare incidents occur.

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