Statutory Independent Public Inquiry Into Urology Services In The Southern Health And Social Care Trust
The Patient and Client Council is supporting the Statutory Independent Public Inquiry Into Urology Services In The Southern Health And Social Care Trust.
The establishment of the independent public Urology Services Inquiry was announced in a statement by the Health Minister, on 24 November 2020.
Read the statement here: Assembly statement on clinical practice concerns | Department of Health (health-ni.gov.uk)
The Terms of Reference for the Inquiry are outlined here
The Inquiry Chair is Christine Smith QC who is a Senior Barrister. She is assisted in her task by Dr Sonia Swart, a medical governance expert and Mr Damian Hanbury, a consultant urologist.
The Urology Services Inquiry (USI) commenced its work on 6th September 2021 and wishes to hear from the public to assist with its investigations. The Inquiry would like to hear in particular from patients and/or their family members regarding concerns or complaints that they may have had in relation to the provision of Urology Services within the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.
The Inquiry wishes to give a final opportunity to anyone who still wants to contact them to come forward. If anyone wishes the Inquiry to know about their experiences, they are asked that they contact the Inquiry no later than 31October 2023. They can do so by completing the questionnaire which can be found below, or by calling the Inquiry team and obtaining a hard copy of the questionnaire. On receipt of the completed questionnaires the Inquiry will determine whether we need to hear from any further patients or family members.
Complete: Urology Services Inquiry Questionnaire
For full detail on the Urology Services Inquiry, please visit: Urology Services Inquiry