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Safeguarding children supervision for nurses and midwives: Regional policy and procedure for Northern Ireland Health and Social Care trusts.
Responsible Officer Regulations and guidance
The NIHCA exists for the personal, vocational and professional well being of healthcare chaplains, thereby equipping them to exercise a more holistic ministry
Advice in relation to Safety, Quality and Standards for 2009-2010
Trend activity data are detailed in relation to child protection and looked after children. The information is based on annual children order statistical returns provided by health and social care trusts to the DHSSPS.
Funding cash settlements for clinical negligence claims
External financial guidance circulars for 2010
Advice from the Chief Medical Officer to HSC professionals for 2010
Workforce policy directorate guidance documents for 2010.
The Mental Health NI Order 1986 Prescribed forms
Minutes of Northern Ireland Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC) meetings
The UK-wide Modernising Scientific Careers initiative aims to enable a single, visible workforce ‘Healthcare Scientists’ with structured education, training and career progression pathways.
The Northern Ireland Clinical Excellence Awards committee produces an annual report following every awards round, detailing both the higher and lower awards competitions and outcomes.
This report presents information on infections among drug users in the UK.
Guidance including HSS Circulars for carers
The purpose of this circular is to provide interim guidance on the principles to be applied by those involved in taking decisions about an individual’s care or treatment that may result in the deprivation of that individual’s liberty.
The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) in October 2009 established a review of the development needs of pharmaceutical staff in the hospital sector to make recommendations for the way forward. The work complements and builds upon previous wo
This bulletin and tables present quality and outcomes framework (QOF) exception reporting data.
Midwifery 2020 has set out to develop an informed vision of the contribution midwives will make to achieving quality, cost effective maternity services for women, babies and families across the United Kingdom.
Endorsed NICE Technology Appraisals 2008/2009