Information sharing tensions found in child harm review

By Dan Peters | 12 June 2019

Legal and ethical tensions between maintaining confidentiality and sharing information are continuing, a review of some of the most serious child protection cases in Scotland has found.

A report by the Care Inspectorate on 25 significant case reviews (SCR) found ‘timely and appropriate sharing of information and effective communication remains a challenging area’.

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