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Prof Longley's report, published in May, warned some services were in danger of collapsing without reforms and put forward a case for removing some services from smaller hospitals in favour of creating regional centres of excellence.
During the conference, the EU presented an initiative to establish regional Centres of Excellence in different regions of the world to provide a flexible framework where interested countries may unite forces to mitigate risks associated with chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) agents and materials.
Consultant head and neck surgeons at University Hospital, Coventry, and Birmingham's Heartlands Hospital have created one of the UK's largest regional centres of excellence.
The National Burn Care Group launched a review of burns care in the UK, to establish the location of regional centres of excellence some seven years ago.
The various higher education, further education and private courses around the country need pulling together to create regional centres of excellence.
During this time she has co-chaired the national network of Regional Centres of Excellence.
A working party of police, civil servants, doctors and nurses, set up by the Department of Health, is expected to recommend the creation of regional centres of excellence run by the health service.
A nationwide review is currently being carried out which will identify regional centres of excellence for burns care.