Update: Inquiry announces further details for its first preliminary hearing for healthcare investigation
The Inquiry will hold its first preliminary hearing for its third investigation (Module 3), looking at the impact of the pandemic on healthcare, on Tuesday 28 February at 10:00.
The Inquiry has today published its agenda for the hearing:
- Introductory remarks from the Chair
- Update from Counsel to the Inquiry, including:
- Designation of Core Participants
- Provisional Outline of Scope for Module 3
- Evidence gathering
- Disclosure to Core Participants
- The listening exercise/Every Story Matters
- Future hearing dates
- Submissions from Core Participants
The hearing will be available to watch on the Inquiry’s YouTube channel, subject to a three minute delay.
This hearing will take place in person at Leonardo Royal London, 10 Godliman Street, St Paul’s, London, EC4V 5AJ. Places inside the hearing centre will be available on a first come, first served basis.
The Inquiry is asking that everyone who attends the hearing follows our Covid-19 policy. Anyone who is considering coming to a hearing should not do so if there is any risk that they have coronavirus, or they feel unwell and aren’t sure why.
Procedural matters looking at how each investigation will run will be discussed at these hearings. There will be submissions from the Counsel to the Inquiry and Core Participants to help the Inquiry prepare for the public hearings, where evidence is heard.
We will publish a transcript of the hearing on the same day it concludes. A recording of the hearing will be published on the Inquiry’s website at a later date. Alternative formats, including a Welsh language translation are available on request.