The Centre for Workforce Intelligence has published Healthcare scientists training capacity survey 2015.

It shows us the growth potential for accreditation (P22).  Currently ten percent of labs are UKAS victims, while almost forty percent have no accreditation.  With CPA having been sold to UKAS, most labs may not have achieved the transition yet and the figures are already a little out of date .

Graphs like this are good.  How else would anyone discover a difference between these services?

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