CHRE


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AcronymDefinition
CHRECouncil for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (UK)
CHRECenter for Human Rights Education
CHRECollege of Human Resources and Education (Morgantown, WV)
CHREConstruction, Housing and Real Estate
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The CHRE undertakes annual performance reviews of nine health professional regulatory bodies in the United Kingdom and other organisations.
The CHRE found inadequate information-gathering in several cases it reviewed "which led to decisions to close cases being taken before sufficient information had been received to ensure that the decisions were robust".
Since we had no caseload, we conducted an intake interview with everyone who came to our door, though my conception of CHRE was that we would limit our services to public benefits and permanency planning.
The CHRE could not be contacted for comment last night.
Syed Khurshid Shah* highly appreciated CHRE and PEHAL Pakistan for organizing Rwadari Festival and said that "it is not only the duty of Civil Society but this is duty of the Political Parties" and the government to spread religious tolerance and respect of all human beings according to the teachings of Islam and other religions".
Laying out the background to the review, Harry Cayton, Chief Executive of the CHRE, said that the NMC have been in difficulty for a 'significant number of years', following the previous review by the CHRE in 2008 into FtP and governance, which concluded with the resignation of the then Chair, Vice Chair and Chief Executive.
CHRE commended the GOC's new Code of Conduct which came into force in April this year, commenting that the changes that were implemented after a full public consultation 'were in the interests of both patients and registrants'.
A spokeswoman for Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers said: "We are pleased to see the CHRE is concerned enough to refer this case to the High Court.
The CHRE had appealed to the High Court arguing the three-year ban imposed by the GMC's professional conduct committee was 'manifestly inadequate', and the GMC had 'woefully failed' in its duty to protect the public.
Monica Carss-Frisk, QC, for the CHRE, said: "Professor Southall has entirely failed to recognise in any way what he did was wrong.
CHRE emphasized that the killing of Handery Masih Baloch is an irreparable lose for the people of Balochistan and particularly the Christian community of Pakistan.