The National Mortality Case Record Review (NMCRR) toolkit has been developed to support trusts in implementing a standardised way of reviewing the case records of adults who have died in acute hospitals across England and Scotland.
Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common condition that involves sudden, catastrophic loss of kidney function. It is estimated that AKI is associated with one in five emergency hospital admissions and causes up to 1.7 million deaths globally per year.
The RCP'S briefing ahead of the second reading of Rob Marris MP's Private Members Bill Assisted Dying (No.2). Our position is based on the findings of the survey conducted with members and fellows in autumn 2014.