SIBF NEWS

12th October 2018

Infected Blood Inquiry – an example of a witness statement, anonymised and redacted

The following is a redacted and anonymised written witness statement of one of the Forum members, recorded by Inquiry staff not Thompsons solicitors. The member has […]
12th October 2018

Infected Blood Inquiry – update on psychological support

The Inquiry has been able to extend the arrangement with the British Red Cross who will now provide confidential telephone support until the public hearings next […]
11th October 2018

Scottish Government accepts all conclusions and recommendations of Clinical Review Group’s Report

  Joe Fitzpatrick, Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing has stated the Scottish Government’s acceptance of the recommendations from Clinical Review Group’s Report into the […]
11th October 2018

Infected Blood Inquiry Core Participant cross-border public spat

Representatives from SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland met with Joe Fitzpatrick, Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing, on 27th September at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. […]
2nd October 2018

Infected Blood Inquiry Preliminary Hearings

The preliminary hearings of the Inquiry took place over 3 days from Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th September in central London. The commemoration that took place […]
24th August 2018

PIP, Benefits reform and requests for Letters of Support from GP’s

Need help to support your PIP application? It seems GP’s won’t help you. Some representative bodies for GP’s in Scotland are advising their GP members to […]