Rise in Welsh Deaths Could be Cut by Shipman Reforms

A new system of medical examiners, first suggested by the inquiry into the murders of Harold Shipman, could help cut the rising number of deaths in Wales.

The Royal College of Pathologists

Chair of the Wales Regional Council of the Royal College of Pathologists Dr Esther Youd said that the long delayed reforms were needed to identify patterns of disease, poor care and help prevent avoidable deaths in the NHS.