Investigative Journalism Summer Conference
Designed for journalists. Open to all.
25 – 27 June 2020

A walk through of some of the Health Service Journal’s most high-profile investigations, including tips and pitfalls to avoid when working with bereaved families and whistleblowers, plus how best to get to grips with complex policy to find that story.

Some of the stories included are exposing the cover-up of a murder on a hospital ward; body parts being stockpiled; uncovering one of the biggest NHS maternity scandals; and a year long investigation of a cover-up involving child deaths by the NHS.

This was a talk given at the CIJ’s Summer Investigative Journalism Conference in 2019. See other recorded talks here.