Most regional publications will be posted on this page when they become available – except for mental health homicide review publications, which you can view here.

Midlands STOMP and STAMP Framework (published January 2024)

Midlands STOMP and STAMP Framework

This framework is for all professionals who support people with learning disabilities and autistic people. Its purpose is to maximise the health and wellbeing of these groups through the safe and effective use of medication.

All documents referenced in the framework can be found on the Future NHS platform. If you are already a member, this link will take you straight to the documents once you have logged in. If you are not already a member, you will need to sign up here, then ask to join the workspace for the Midlands Learning Disability, Autism and SEND Programme.

  • STOMP stands for Stopping Over Medication of People with a learning disability, autism or both.
  • STAMP stands for Supporting Treatment and Appropriate Medication in Paediatrics.

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2021 Midlands LeDeR Report – Learning from the lives and deaths of people with a learning disability and autistic people (published November 2022) 

Midlands 2021 LeDeR Report

The regional report above is designed to supplement the national 2021 LeDeR report, which can be found here.

The introduction of regional reports allows for a more detailed look at some of the national report findings and can inform service priorities targeted by region. It is hoped that these regional reports will serve as a lens for enquiry and provide the regions with an opportunity to work with ICBs around opportunities for collective action to create opportunities for improvement.

Established in 2017 and funded by NHS England, LeDeR is a service improvement programme for people with a learning disability and autistic people.

Independent review of commissioning arrangements for Autism Spectrum Disorder services in South Staffordshire commissioned by NHS England (published June 2022)

You can read the independent review here.

Following publication, an independent look-back exercise relating to the review was commissioned by NHS England. You can read it here. NHS England’s Midlands region accepts in full the recommendations and will incorporate them into their processes going forward when initiating future reviews.


Independent Review into the care and treatment of Staffordshire Man Clive Treacey (published December 2021) 

Clive Treacey Independent Review – Thursday 9 December 2021

Clive Treacey Independent Review (Easy Read version)


Review of the handling of a report produced by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on maternity services at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (published July 2020)

NHS Improvement has today (21 July 2020) published the review of the handling of a report produced by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist on maternity services at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital.

In December 2019 NHS Improvement’s medical director wrote to families confirming that the investigations team, based at NHS Improvement, would look into the concerns they had raised in relation to the Trust’s handling and inform them of any action taken.

NHSI is today publishing the review document here.

NHS Improvement expects The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital to act on the recommendations to provide safer and improved care for patients and their families.


NHS Improvement response to the Care Quality Commission’s letter about The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (published July 2020)

On 20 July, Amanda Pritchard (Chief Operating Officer of NHS England and NHS Improvement and Chief Executive of NHS Improvement) replied to a letter from the Care Quality Commission (dated 1 July 2020) about The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust.

You can view the NHS Improvement letter here.


NHS England and NHS Improvement approval of business case for Foleshill Primary Care Centre in Coventry (published June 2020)

NHS England and NHS Improvement has given the go ahead for one of the most energy efficient buildings in the NHS which will be the first of its type in the UK to be certified to the Passivhaus standard.

The Foleshill Health Centre building in Coventry will be a new resource for doctors and patients currently using a temporary GP surgery situated on a car park.

The £3.3 million development was created in partnership between Community Health Partnerships (CHP) and NHS Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).  CHP has already acquired the land on which it will be sited, on Livingstone Road, Foleshill, Coventry, and most of the cost will be funded by CHP from its capital programme.

Please find business case here.

Independent Report exploring ways of meeting the needs of carers in the Midlands (published 2017)

NHS England in the Midlands facilitated a project which saw a local carers network collect and analyse carers’ experiences through their own stories.  The aim of the project was to identify if improvements across health and social care, both locally and nationally, could be identified to better support carers’ needs.

The network, a group of carers and health and social care professionals from across Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, came together during 2016/17.  The stories were captured and analysed by Staffordshire University who produced this report detailing the findings.  All of the recommendations in the report have been coproduced with health and social care professionals and carers.

The outcome of the project was presented at the Commitment to Carers: The Carers’ Voice Conference held on 25 May 2017 and the report and recommendations have been shared with local commissioners, providers and carers in order to generate a better understanding of the needs of carers.

A commitment has been made by the Chairs of the Telford & Wrekin Carers’ Partnership Board and the Shropshire Carers’ Partnership Boards to revisit these recommendations again in 12 months’ time to review progress.


Independent review of consultant-led obstetric care in Stafford (Published January 2017)

NHS England today (13 Jan 2017) publishes the independent review into whether consultant-led obstetrics could be sustained clinically and financially in a safe way at County Hospital, Stafford.The review, which was commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health following the move of consultant-led maternity services move from Stafford to Royal Stoke University Hospital, sets out a number of key findings and recommendations.Undertaken by an independent panel consisting of experienced clinicians including obstetrics, midwifery, anaesthetics and paediatrics, and included a lay representative, the review has involved a detailed approach to analysing and evidence-gathering.

NHS England expects the commissioners and the Staffordshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan to reflect the recommendations of the independent review panel in the provision of services in the future.

View the report: A review of consultant-led obstetrics in Stafford.