six-point plan

six-point plan

A plan conceived from a top-level UK summit with 40 key stakeholders from maternity services, to inform the Chief Nursing Officer of the challenges and potential solutions to midwifery recruitment, retention and return.
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The National Farmers' Federation (NFF) has rejected Labors animal welfare policy labelling the partys six-point plan as bureaucracy and red tape that would deliver no real improvements to livestock wellbeing.
So the six-point plan of the Independent Cancer Taskforce should be taken seriously by the Government, even though it includes pushing the price of cigarettes up to PS15 a pack.
In a six-point plan released May 14, the AICPA describes extensive ongoing and new efforts to improve audit quality.
The communique laid out a six-point plan intended to stop the violence and move the two sides towards a political settlement.
ED Miliband's six-point plan to rebuild British society is to be welcomed.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has defined a six-point plan for the gas sector under the country's sixth five-year economic development plan which is to start in March 2015, Director for Planning of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Hassan Montazer Torbati said.
GENEVA, (SANA) -- Former UN Secretary General who resigned his position as UN envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, said that many regional countries let him down in terms of implementing his six-point plan and offered only verbal support at a time when weapons and gunmen were flowing into Syria.
The six-point plan laid out this week is something we can all use as a focus point whenever this ugly issue raises it's head.
Meanwhile Reading striker Jason Roberts has again refused to wear a T-shirt in support of anti-racism campaign group Kick It Out this weekend but gave his tentative support to the Professional Footballers Association's six-point plan designed to eradicate the problem within the game.
TOUGHER penalties and instant sackings for racist abuse, plus the introduction of the "Rooney rule" to boost the numbers of black coaches, are part of a six-point plan put forward by the Professional Footballers' Association to tackle discrimination.
Gordon Taylor, the Professional Footballers' Association chief executive, has outlined a six-point plan at tackling racism in the game in reaction to its members' rejection of the Kick It Out campaign.
He called on the council to support Syria peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi, and said he needs to go beyond the failed six-point plan of his predecessor, Kofi Annan.