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Guides on what to expect in relation to consent
All settings in which children are provided with services or are living away from home should have in place, policy and procedures to respond and protect children from bullying
Relevant letters containing advice form the Chief Medical Officer to health professionals for the period of 2000-2004
The Health and Personal Social Services (General Medical Services Contracts) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004 - No 140
An agreement between the BMA(NI) Northern Ireland Consultants
and Specialists Committee and the Department of Health, Social
Services and Public Safety for consultants in Northern Ireland.
Information relating to the appraisal of consultants in public health medicine
Outcome papers following workshops on developing a primary care strategy
Information relating to the appraisal of consultant clinical academic staff
Guidance on consent for healthcare professionals regarding, examination, treatment and care
Consent forms for adults and parents
Patient information leaflet regarding consent
Information relating to the appraisal of non-consultant career grade doctors
Documents pertaining to Developing better health services
Home Office Standard Operating Procedure full guidance
The recommendations in this document are designed to help prevent individual doctors from falling below the accepted standards and when standards do drop, to ensure that there are systems and procedures in place to enable appropriate action to begin to help addr
Making it Better - A Strategy for Pharmacy in the Community and Hospital
Information relating to the annual appraisal of consultants in the medical profession
This series of volumes of regulations builds upon “An Introduction to the Children (NI) Order 1995” published by the Department of Health and Social Services and the Office of Law Reform.
This is the eighth volume in the series of Regulations and Guidance produced in the context of the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995.
This series of volumes of regulations and guidance builds upon “An introduction to the Children (NI) Order 1995” published by the Department of health and social Services and the Office of law Reform.