Briefing: Report of the Freedom to Speak Up Review

12 February 2015

The Freedom to Speak Up Review is an independent review, led by Sir Robert Francis QC, into creating an open and honest reporting culture in the NHS. The review’s report sets out 20 principles and actions which are intended to create the right conditions for NHS staff to speak up, share what works and provide redress when things go wrong in future.

Our briefing summarises the key points of relevance to members.

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