Redfern report

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Redfern report

The official report from the independent investigation about the Alder Hey organ retention scandal and subsequent inquiry.
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In January 2001, the official Alder Hey report, also known as the Redfern Report, was published.
In January 2001 the official Alder Hey report, also known as the Redfern Report, was published.
Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust said, 'We acted in accordance with the usual NHS practice at the time, and since the Alder Hey report we have strictly followed guidance by the Assembly.
It is fully recognised, in the light of the Alder Hey Report, that previous procedures used nationally did not provide adequate information to relatives.
It was very quiet after the Alder Hey report came out, there was nothing, no donors at all for a week.
Last night, Deacon said that while the Alder Hey report primarily affected parents in England, it would "horrify people across the country".
Dr Michael Wilks, chairman of the British Medical Association's Medical Ethics Committee, said it was 'extremely worrying' that the number of organs being donated had dropped suddenly in the wake of the Alder Hey report.
The author of the Alder Hey report, Michael Redfern QC, recommended he should never be allowed to practise again.
A spokesman for the Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust said: ``We acted in accordance with the usual NHS practice at the time, and since the publication of the Alder Hey report we have strictly followed guidance by the Assembly.
Decision for authorities' A SPOKESWOMAN for the Department of Health said yesterday, "We referred the individuals criticised in the Alder Hey report to
Mr Bradley said that he wanted to see more people named in the Alder Hey report face disciplinary proceedings.