Monthly Archives: July 2016

UKAS collaborates with sharia to fund Islamic expansion

International halal accreditation is not agreed by a single body but by hundreds and is highly non-standardised, like Islam itself.  We previously drew attention to this here. UKAS is now pleased to help bring the world into submission to Allah while … Continue reading

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Brexit – “very little will change”

UKAS Brexit statement UKAS accreditation of certification, inspection, testing and measurement services plays a key role in maintaining the UK’s world-leading quality infrastructure. Certificates issued by UKAS and UKAS accredited organisations are recognised internationally through UKAS’ membership of the European … Continue reading

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Is the NHS sustainable? Perhaps, if money ceases to be wasted.

Clinical trial design is still far from perfect. CMI highlight: What’s wrong with trial design and how can we improve it? Marc Bonten from the University Medical Center Utrecht published a comment outlining why he considers traditional randomized controlled trials … Continue reading

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This pediatrician declined to do MOC. See what happened to her.

Here is the story of an experienced doctor who decided to test the extent to which medical regulators would bully her for not paying the “voluntary” compliance fee.  Normally, she explains, “Doctors do this out of fear. The ABMS has long banked on … Continue reading

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Quality 2020: systems thinking -v- inspectionism

Quality 2020 is a new 10-year strategy for improving clinical care.  It grew out of Deming’s teachings.  Here are the plans. But the hospitals are also pursuing UKAS accreditation to ISO 15189 and 17025.  Which is the opposite of systems thinking – … Continue reading

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Free trade was the bait for creating an international government with managed trade

UKAS sells its accreditation, like the ISO standards, as facilitating free trade and as an alternative to regulation. Gary North’s essay Brexit: Bait and Switch Unplugged summarises the history of globalist plans to control trade by regulation beginning with the Zollverein … Continue reading

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