case review

case review

A review that may be requested by either party in the context of General Medical Council (GMC) case management procedures. This involves a legally qualified independent person, who chairs the meeting which takes place by way of telephone conference.
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THE case will not be subject to a serious case review, the city's Safeguarding Children Board has revealed.
THE parents of murdered teenager Georgia Williams have attacked "disastrous" failings identified by a serious case review into previous attacks carried out by her killer.
A Serious Case Review report said mum Claire Throssell, 43, wanted to stop her estranged husband from seeing the boys.
A serious case review by the NSPCC, on behalf of the Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board into the circumstances, was expected to have concluded last month.
Last night, a source close to the Fee probe told us: "The police have already called for a significant case review into Liam's case and the same will be happening in Mikaeel's case.
Derek Inman, chief executive of Nechells Regeneration Project, pointed out Ofsted was heavily criticised in a serious case review into the Little Stars Nursery.
Obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound; case review, 3d ed.
Durham LSCB commenced a serious case review, in accordance with Government guidance, shortly after his death.
The Serious Case Review is in addition to an inquiry for the Coroner, pending an inquest.
But the Gwynedd and Anglesey Children's Board, which commissioned an Independent Serious Case Review into the incident, found "valuable learning points".
The Serious Case Review found the death could not have been predicted, but "cries for help" from the children were missed.
The watchdog said it had started a case review after receiving an allegation regarding the Liberal Democrat Energy Secretary's 2010 general election expenses.