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Physical activity for pregnant women infographic
Physical activity for pregnant women
This report presents findings from the young persons behaviour & attitudes survey.
These tables contain the latest figures for each of the key indicators of the wider social determinants of health & wellbeing set out against each of the themes contained in the making life better strategic framework.
Nursing and Midwifery Task Group – Summary Communiqué of Meeting on 24 May 2017
This bulletin presents findings from the latest survey of carers’ statistics for Northern Ireland.
The Department of Health is recruiting a Non-Executive Chair and three Non-Executive Directors to the Western HSC Trust (WHSCT).
The purpose of publishing the screening outcomes report is to ensure that stakeholders are aware of any final decisions in relation to completed screenings.
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).
The Department of Health is recruiting a Non-Executive Chair and 7 Non-Executive Members (1 Lay; 3 Stakeholder; and 3 Registrant) to the NI Social Care Council (NISCC) with effect from October/November 2017.
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 October 2016, a 10 year approach to transforming health and social care was launched, “Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together”.
Minister O’Neill, in her vision statement of 25 October 2016, announced that she would appoint a Nursing and Midwifery Task Group. This group will report to the Health Minister by Spring 2018 with recommendations on how the contribution from nursing and midwifery c
This information has been produced from the health survey Northern Ireland and issued 10th May 2017.
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.
This information has been produced from the health survey Northern Ireland and issued 28th April 2017.
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.
This information has been produced from the health survey Northern Ireland and issued 27th April 2017.
This information has been produced from the health survey Northern Ireland and issued 26th April 2017.
This information has been produced from the health survey Northern Ireland and issued 7th April 2017.