The National Center’s training module series for fatality review professionals was created to support ongoing professional development for fatality review coordinators and team members. Each of these modules is under 1 hour in length and includes a topic-specific video presentation, as well as links to additional helpful resources.
The modules may be useful when: on-boarding new fatality review staff; orienting new team members to a fatality review team; holding periodic training opportunities for team members; educating partners about fatality review processes; or initiating a new process in your fatality review program, such as adding parental/family interviews or adopting the National Fatality Review-Case Reporting System. CEU credit is not available.
The modules cover both basic process topics, as well as best practice topics. Modules can be accessed individually and viewed in any order. The topics include:
- Child Death Review (CDR) 101
- Best Practices for Improving Data Quality
- Meeting Facilitation
- Effective Review Team Meetings
- Partnering for Prevention
- Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) 101
- Building, Maintaining, and Sustaining FIMR Teams
- Maternal/Parental Interviews
- Translating FIMR Findings into Action
- National Fatality Review-Case Reporting System: Overview and Common Features
- Writing Recommendations
- Collaborating Across Review Systems
- Using Health Equity in Fatality Review
- Working with Grieving Families
- Moving from Recommendations to Findings
- Data Collection and Data Entry for Local Child Death Review Teams
Click here to access the National Center’s training module series.