Evidence and public hearings

The Inquiry is inviting people who are infected and affected to tell the Inquiry how they would like to provide evidence.

The Inquiry is asking people who are infected or affected to complete a short form by 20th July so that we know how many people are interested in providing evidence. This is an important form. We hope many people will complete it. We are not asking you to provide a written statement now.

The invitation to witnesses sets out the different ways in which people who are infected or affected can provide evidence, and what they need to do.

Other people who believe they can help the Inquiry should contact the Inquiry team.

Preliminary hearings are scheduled for 24-26 September in Church House in London and the Inquiry’s public hearings are expected to begin in the spring. Further information about this will be provided in due course.

Documents

 
Invitation to witnesses
PDF, 1 page – 63kb

Form to express interest in providing evidence
DOCX, 7 pages – 40kb

Witness statements
PDF, 10 pages – 146kb

Witness statement form
DOCX, 2 pages – 42kb

Anonymity and redaction
PDF, 8 pages – 99kb

Notices of retention/non-destruction of documents

 
Letter to the Chief Executive of NHS England
PDF, 8 pages – 202kb

Letter to the Chief Executive of Health and Social Care Board NI
PDF, 8 pages – 199kb

Letter to the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland
PDF, 8 pages – 202kb

Letter from the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland
PDF, 1 page – 49kb

Letter to the Chief Executive of NHS Wales
PDF, 8 pages – 201kb

Letter from the Chief Executive of NHS Wales
PDF, 1 page – 215kb

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