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Families matter: Supporting families in Northern Ireland. Regional family and parenting strategy - March 2009
Regional family and parenting strategy to support families in Northern Ireland.
The healthcare science workforce is at the heart of safe and effective care for patients, working across some 51 disciplines.
Identifying the need for and purpose of an investigation into the performance of a GP
In March 2008, the Department of Health (DoH) commenced a review in the use and interpretation of cardiotocography in intrapartum fetal surveillance.
Guidance on the use of Midazolam in sedation
External financial guidance circulars for 2008
Advice from the Chief Medical Officer to HSC professionals
Workforce policy directorate guidance documents for 2008.
Advice in relation to Safety, Quality and Standards for 2007-2008
Responding to the needs of children born to and living with parental alcohol and drug misuse in Northern Ireland.
This handbook sets out the terms and conditions of service of hospital medical and dental staff and doctors in public health medicine and the community health service in Northern Ireland.
This bulletin and tables presents quality and outcomes framework (QOF) exception reporting data.
Letters and advice on the regulation of medicines issued 2008
Recommendations from Improving Stroke Services in Northern Ireland consultation.
Independent Review Report of Agency Involvement with Mr Arthur McElhill, Ms Lorraine McGovern and their children - June 2008 - Toner Report.
The Standards for Child Protection Services are grounded in the rights of the child and were developed to enhance the multi-disciplinary, interagency approach to child protection.
Yearly report on child protection statistics. Figures are presented for referrals by source of referral, and for the child protection register by legal status, age, category of abuse and duration on the register.
This bulletin presents children’s social care activity data by health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland including five year trends where data is available.
This report details the development of the new allocation formula for the acute and elderly programmes of care.