Carter Review

Carter Review

An independent review of (UK) pathology services chaired by Lord Carter of Coles, which was “…to advise Ministers, in the context of current resource constraints, on the timeliness, reliability, capacity and efficiency of current pathology services in England, benchmarked against international standards and the feasibility of and benefits arising from wide-scale service reconfiguration, innovation and modernisation and involvement of the independent sector." The Carter review begat the Carter Report.
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Carter Review says hospitals must standardise procedures, be more transparent and work more closely with neighbouring NHS trusts.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 11, 2015-More efficient operational productivity could save NHS GBP5bn annually, Lord Carter review finds
This volume for criminal justice policymakers and practitioners in the UK is a response to the 2007 Carter Review that recommended the building of larger prisons in order to deal with overcrowded facilities.
Sir Alan said: "What has been lacking in this debate and was lacking from the Carter Review is policy based on solid evidence: to us and many others the evidence shows that in terms of rehabilitation and reducing re-offending - prison simply isn't working.
Despite the changes scheduled for the Legal Aid system and proposed in the Carter Review, Challinors intends to maintain and grow this legal specialism handled by our dedicated Criminal, Family, Clinical Negligence and Child Care teams which have extensive expertise in this field.
Mr Andrews, said, "Let there be no doubt, there will be heavy job losses as the result of the Carter Review.
She said she was proud of the city's role leading the response to the Legal Aid reforms proposed by the Carter review, which the Law Society nationally is opposing.
Birmingham put together a strong case, an excellent bid but the independent Carter Review made it clear that a return on the investment at Wembley could be far greater than at Birmingham.
Forum tax spokesman, Neil Hamper, said they have submitted recommendations to the Patrick Carter review of payroll burdens set up by the Chancellor.
The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) was created in 2004 in response to The Carter Review -- a Number 10, Treasury and Home Office review of the UK's correctional services.
The main driver for the procurement is the requirement to implement the recommendations from the Carter Review of NHS pathology Services in England.
A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said: "To allow the Parole Board to focus resources on violent and sexual offenders, we are implementing the Carter review recommendation on June 9 which will align the release arrangements for certain prisoners.