A rapid review takes place immediately after a serious child safeguarding incident. The rapid review process includes gathering relevant information, a multi-agency meeting and writing the findings in a report which is submitted to the national Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel. This process must be undertaken within 15 working days.
Rapid review reports are not published. However, KBSP have created learning briefings which can be shared with the workforce.
Download Rapid Review 16 Learning Briefing (April 2023) - learning from a rapid review following the death of a baby on a child in need plan
Download Rapid Review 15 Learning Briefing (April 2023) - this learning briefing is about complex care and support needs and neglect following a rapid review which looked at the death of a child with complex care and support needs
Download Rapid Review 14 Learning Briefing, Baby D (April 2023)- learning following a baby who was admitted to hospital with significant injuries
Downland the rapid review learning briefing about child sexual abuse (CSA) - following a rapid review which looked at one child who was sexually exploited
Download the rapid review learning briefing about missing children - following a rapid review with learning about response to missing children
Download Rapid Review 10 Learning Briefing (February 2021) - access to sexual health and pregnancy services during the COVID-19 lockdowns
Download Rapid Review 9 Learning Briefing (February 2021) - perinatal mental health and the differences between services in Bristol
Download Rapid Review 7 Learning Briefing (August 2020) - learning from a rapid review of an adolescent who experienced peer-on-peer abuse
Download Rapid Review 6 Learning Briefing (March 2020) - sexual abuse pathway for children harmed outside the country