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Doctors Wary after Shipman Affair

Since the Shipman affair doctors have wary of treating elderly patients with pain-reducing drugs, according to a new survey.// In 2000, Dr Harold Shipman was declared guilty of 15 murders, although many believe the true number to be much higher. He took his own life in prison in 2004. A stud...

CPC Launches New Web Site Highlighting Medical, Research and Technical Panel, MedClose(TM) VCS Animated Video

...ose(TM) device is intended for use with any approved natural fibrin sealant, leaving no permanent implant behind. CPC Chairman President and CEO Rod shipman said, "As we move closer to commercialization, we have upgraded our Web site to ensure that the medical and investment communities understand both our...

UK Physicians Fear New Revalidation Procedures Will Reduce Morale, Decrease Time with Patients and Belittle GP Professionalism, According to New TNS Healthcare Research

...more than 200 people over 23 years. As one of our respondents said, 'Harold shipman would have passed all of the validation requirements. There is no system wh...years, the concerns about regulating physicians gathered momentum after the shipman murders, leading to the new revalidation requirements. The new process -- w...

Doctors Protest against Regulation Changes

...r a medic to be struck off proposed by England's Chief Medical Officer Professor// Sir Liam Donaldson. Following the inquiry into GP killer Harold shipman the CMO said that the GMC was weighted in favor of doctors and therefore proposed his plans to change how doctors are regulated. These proposals i...

British Doctor cleared of murder

...er, who was jailed in 2000 for killing 15 patients by lethal injections of diamorphine. An inquiry later ruled he had probably murdered more than 250. shipman hanged himself in his prison cell in January 2004. Dr Martin was alleged to have made a deliberate and unlawful decision to end the lives of his t...
Shipman in Biological Technology

CPC of America, Inc. to Explore Strategic Alternatives; Appoints FTI Capital Advisors to Assess Potential Opportunities

...aceutical and medical device entities ranging from global leaders to emerging, development-stage companies. CPC of America's Chairman and CEO Rod A. shipman notes, "CPC expects to benefit greatly from the counsel and support of FTI's consulting services in seeking to explore strategic alternatives and rais...
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