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Strategic framework documents relating to catering services.
Framework for preventing and addressing overweight and obesity in Northern Ireland 2012 - 2015
Endorsed NICE Clinical Guidelines 2011/2012
HSC(F)12/2012 - Manual of Accounts 2011/1
A strategy to improve outcomes, services and support for people in Northern Ireland who have a physical, communication or sensory disability.
This report presents a mortality analysis using longitudinal data from the Northern Ireland mortality study to provide robust assessments of the differences in the health outcomes across the various section 75 equality groups in NI.
HSC(F) 09/2012: Removal of donated asset and government grant reserve
Child cases which have an inter-jurisdictional or cross-border complexity must be handled in compliance with international and domestic law. A Protocol for handling such cases has been in place between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland since 2011.
The allied health professions (AHP) in Northern Ireland consist of 12 distinct and unique disciplines. AHPs play key roles and add critical value across the full spectrum of primary and secondary prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.
This bulletin presents children’s social care activity data by health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland. Areas covered include child protection, children in need, looked after children, and day care provision for children aged under 12.
This report provides information on adult drinking patterns of respondents aged 18-75 years.
DHSSPS written and oral Ministerial announcements and statements laid before the Assembly for 2012
Guidance literature on Direct Payments from DoH
2011 circulars for looked after children.
External financial guidance circulars for 2011
A professional framework for mental health nursing in Northern Ireland
Advice from the Chief Medical Officer to HSC professionals for 2011.
New strategic direction for alcohol and drugs phase 2 (2011-16), a framework for reducing alcohol and drug related harm in Northern Ireland.
The information presented on ambulance response times and patient journeys is derived from the statistical return below. The return is submitted by the Northern Ireland ambulance service each quarter.
This is a quarterly return that relates to all beds, discharges and deaths and day cases within hospitals which are part of either a directly managed unit or health and social care trust.