These tables present statistics from the health survey Northern Ireland. Please note that in 2018/19, as part of an ongoing methodological review, a revised weighting methodology has been adopted. For this reason, findings from previous years are not directly comparable.
This report presents census findings collected in statutory and non-statutory drug and alcohol services.
Background quality report showing how the various dimensions of quality have been considered for statistics in the census of drug and alcohol treatment services in Northern Ireland.
The Department of Health is seeking to make two appointments to the Northern Ireland Guardian Ad Litem Agency.
The deadline for applications is 17 October 2019 at 12 Noon.
Appointment of Non-Executive Chair to the Health and Social Care Board.
The deadline for applications is 25 November 2019 at 12 Noon.
In these newsletters you'll find a comprehensive list both of current and
upcoming vacancies on the Boards of statutory organisations
responsible for delivering health and social care in Northern Ireland.
MCA (NI) 2016 – Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards – January 2020 – Easy Read Version
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).
This publication presents information on children in Northern Ireland who have been looked after continuously for 12 months or longer at 30 September each year.
Letter from La’Verne Montgomery Director of Corporate Management on DoH Preparations for EU Exit - 11/09/19
This report presents information on people accessing smoking cessation services in Northern Ireland.
Protect Life 2 2019-24 is a long-term strategy for reducing suicides and the incidence of self-harm with action delivered across a range of Government departments, agencies, and sectors.
The legal framework for Deprivation of Liberty provided by the Act is supported by a set of Forms. Most of the Forms are statutory but all are recommended to be used. These Forms support Phase 1 of the implementation and commencement of the Act only.
The following leaflet provides a summary of the key information in relation to the new deprivation of liberty processes.
The Department’s Equality Scheme includes a commitment to the development of an Equality Action Plan (EAP) which relates to the Department’s specific functions and aims to promote equality of opportunity and good relations by taking actions to address inequalities.
Presents information on waiting times at the end of each quarter for a first consultant-led outpatient appointment and a first integrated clinical assessment and treatment services (ICATS) appointment.
Presents information on waiting times at the end of each quarter for admission for inpatient treatment.
Presents information on waiting times at the end of each quarter for a diagnostic service and diagnostic reporting turnaround times.
The following Code focusses on how the provisions relating to Deprivation of Liberty work
The following Code is provided in relation to money and valuables for residents or inpatients and research