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Drug alerts issued by DoH during 2018
In fulfilling its obligations under Section 75 the Department is required to equality screen all of its policies and services under consideration to determine whether they should be subject to a full equality impact assessment (EQIA).
In February 2018 Dr David Stewart (retired, former Medical Director of RQIA) was commissioned by the Department to undertake a Northern Ireland Population Health Needs Assessment for Urgent and Emergency Care.
This page contains documents relating to Ministerial Priorities and Objectives including Commissioning Plan Directions, Indicators and the Programme for Government.
The Department publishes a register of gifts and hospitality offered to DoH SCS staff. Records are also held for staff at all other grades
Presents information on waiting times at the end of each quarter for admission for inpatient treatment.
This page contains publications relating to IHRD
This report details urogynaecological surgery for the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, using vaginal tape or mesh, in comparison to non-tape/mesh procedures for the same conditions.
The DoH is responsible for processing applications for the production, supply and possession of controlled drugs to individuals or bodies corporate not authorised to do so under The Misuse of Drugs Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002
This report presents results from the health survey Northern Ireland.
A quarterly summary of HSC staff by organisation and staff group including summary of 5 year trends.
Presents quarterly information collected from health and social care (HSC) trusts on the number of and the amount paid by direct payments, broken down by HSC trust and client group.
This publication presents information on the number of children on the child protection register at the end of each quarter by age, gender, category of abuse, legal status and duration on the register.
In 2004, the Department published “Making it Better”, a strategy for pharmacy in the community which led to the development of a number of regionally and locally commissioned services to address public health challenges and improve medicines use.
Letters and advice on the regulation of medicines issued 2018
This section provides guidance on the requirements for, and method of, reporting a death to the Coroner with an explanation of the possible outcomes following the Coroner’s decision.
This section aims to provide educational and training material, primarily for General Practitioners and those working in Community Health (undergraduate and postgraduate). It is designed to be useful at any stage in their career. Other health and social care profes
This section provides guidance on death certification and how to complete a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death (MCCD) with a correct cause of death (CoD) section using a handwritten MCCD.
This section provides presentations given at various points during the QUB teaching programme.
Advice in relation to Safety, Quality and Standards for 2013-2014