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This guidance sets out key messages to support planning and preparation to respond to the risk of widespread transmission of COVID-19.
This guidance sets out key messages to support planning and preparation to prevent the widespread transmission of COVID-19.
Terms of reference and other literature
The purpose of this circular is to make you aware of the revocation of
Regulations which modifies mental capacity legislation to relax safeguards
during Coronavirus pressures.
This management information is a summary of provisional information on attendances and waiting times at emergency care departments (EDs) during the months intervening the quarterly statistical reports.
This report presents an analysis of coronavirus (Covid-19) related health inequalities by assessing differences in positive COVID-19 test cases and COVID-19 admissions between the most and least deprived areas of Northern Ireland.
These reports present an assessment of social distancing in Northern Ireland, showing how visits and length of stay at different places have changed on given days compared to a baseline.
Workforce policy directorate guidance documents
This guidance is for those who are affected by domestic abuse, setting out the services that are available for help and support.
This calendar enables interested stakeholders to view the publication dates for forthcoming releases of official and national statistics.
Allied Health Professions - Policy and Guidance Documents
The Covid-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for the planning and delivery of health and social care (HSC) services in Northern Ireland
From 9 June 2020 the new Individual Funding Request (IFR) Regional Scrutiny Committee will make decisions regarding the availability of unapproved drugs for individual patients in NI.
The Department sponsors a number of public bodies. Appointments to these bodies are made by the Health Minister.
The Department of Health() makes the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 25B(1)(a) and (2)(e) and (g), and 25F(2) of the Public Health Act (Northern Ireland) 1967(
The published tables (updated quarterly) include the number and rate of children referred for an assessment for autism and the number and rate of children diagnosed with autism each quarter.
These tables present information from the health and social care (HSC) board on completed waits for people waiting to be fitted with a hearing aid. Figures are presented regionally, by HSC trust and by weeks waiting.
Presents information on the time spent waiting in emergency care departments in Northern Ireland for both new and unplanned review attendances, and reports on the performance of against the ministerial target in Northern Ireland.
DoH publish statistics on Emergency Care Waiting Times. However, figures covering the current period, are not due to be published until June 2020.