Carter Report

Carter Report

A report generated from review by Lord Carter et al of pathology services in the UK, which forms the basis for modernisation of such services. The 50-page report concluded that improved quality and patient safety could be delivered by consolidating services.
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Larger prisons carry higher risks,' said the Carter report.
The Government has failed to publish the Carter Report and to open the issue to wider debate.
The Government should publish the Carter report without further delay.
Last night Andy Howell, deputy leader of Birmingham City Council, said he believed the Carter report would present the city's plans in a positive light.
When did he receive a copy of the Ian Carter report, what contact he had with the senior clinical managers involved in the review while it was being carried out and why no action has been taken on so many of the recommendations.
In the final article, 'Current and Historical Perspectives on Australian Teenagers' Reading Practices and Preferences', Jackie Manuel and Don Carter report on a study that investigated the reading habits of more than 2000 young people aged 12-16 years.
officials refused to comment on the Carter report, but a senior administration official said that any such visit would be conducted as a private humanitarian effort.
We believe that the Carter report is crucial, therefore, in bringing the West Midlands out of the slump.
At present, high speed internet access is out of reach to more than one in 10 households across the UK, and teaching unions claim the recommendations in the Carter report could even out inequalities in education.
Plaid Cymru MP Hywel Williams said, "There is a clear need for a prison in North Wales; the Carter report acknowledges that prisoners should not be kept away from their home area.
Those inrural areas say they have been particularly hard hit by regulations brought in under the Carter Report which are "impossible" to implement.