Donaldson report


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Donaldson report

A review by Sir Liam Donaldson of medical regulation which touched on issues related to clinical governance and constitution of the GMC; education of doctors; applying a civil (rather than criminal) standard of proof for assessing a doctor subject to fitness-to-practise proceedings; providing for flexibility and tailoring to the facts of a given case; adjudication of fitness-to-practise cases to a separate tribunal service; and periodic revalidation of doctors to demonstrate they remain up-to-date and fit to practise.
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This review of the curriculum was based on the Donaldson Report "Successful Futures" (2015), whose recommendations include, inter alia, that Young people should develop as principled and knowledgeable citizens of Wales and the world; These objectives depend on knowing the story of their community, and their country.
The time has never been better to bring about improvements to the way employment skills are taught and nurtured in schools across Wales because the curriculum is being rewritten to reflect the recommendations contained within the far-reaching Donaldson Report, published last year.
It set out the need for change, and I have taken time to consider the reports conclusions as well as the work undertaken through Transforming Your Care and the Donaldson report.
What's also politics is that the Donaldson report following Shetland's Braer disaster recommended two tugs, one north and one west, to meet just such an eventuality as occurred in the early hours of Monday.
Mr Hamilton has set up a panel of experts to redesign local services, in line with a recommendation from the Donaldson report last year.
Sir John had a key role in the creation of Newcastle's pioneering Centre for Life and helped produce the Donaldson Report on stem cell research.
The Donaldson report calls for race to be considered in preparing families who adopt Black children so they can help the children develop healthy racial identities.
The list was compiled as a result of the Donaldson report, which followed a public inquiry into the 1993 Braer disaster, when 85,000 tonnes of oil spilled into the sea close to the Shetland coast.
A few days after the Donaldson report on regenerative cloning was published, British scientists predicted that reproductive cloning is certain to follow.
The Donaldson Report, prepared by the government's Chief Medical Officer, Professor Liam Donaldson, and his group of experts, clearly took a position in favour of commencing research on therapeutic cloning (Le Monde).
The Donaldson Report, as it is known to scholars and to Native American communities alike, was largely compiled by General Henry B.