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Please note that the figures for October and November 2015 are provisional and may be subject to change when validated information for the quarter ending December 2015 is published on Thursday 28th January 2016.

Published 17 November 2015Statistical reports

The Department of Health has a statutory responsibility to promote an integrated system of health and social care.

Published 16 November 2015Business plans

The Autism Act (NI) 2011 required the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) to lead on the development; implementation; 
monitoring and reporting of a cross-departmental Autism Strategy.

Published 13 November 2015Independent reports

These tables present QOF achievement data.

Published 30 October 2015Statistical reports

This bulletin and tables presents quality and outcomes framework (QOF) exception reporting data.

Published 30 October 2015Statistical reports

This Northern Ireland Rare Diseases Implementation Plan sets out the commitment of the Department, the Health and Social Care sector, the voluntary sector, and education and research stakeholders to address the needs of people living with the impact of a rare disease regardles

Published 29 October 2015Guidance literature

Acute episode-based activity statistics present information on acute, episode-based activity at health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland across four volumes.

Published 27 October 2015Statistical reports

Acute episode-based activity statistics present information on acute, episode-based activity at health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland across four volumes.

Published 23 October 2015Statistical reports

Acute episode-based activity statistics are available in Excel format for download.  This set of publications presents information on acute, episode-based activity at health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland.  It details key information on all activity and p

Published 22 October 2015Statistical reports

Acute episode-based activity statistics are available in Excel format for download.  This set of publications presents information on acute, episode-based activity at health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland.  It details key information on all activity and p

Published 22 October 2015Statistical reports

Information on DoH innovation fund pre-consultation events

Published 21 October 2015Lists and registers

The first stage of the reform process was a six month consultation on the discussion document "Who Cares?  The Future of Adult Care and Support in Northern Ireland".

Published 19 October 2015Independent reports

Advice from the Chief Medical Officer to HSC professionals for 2015

Published 09 October 2015Circulars

Service framework documents relating to respiratory health and well being.

Published 08 October 2015Policy papers

A strategic framework for the development of primary health and social care for individuals, families and communities in Northern Ireland.

Published 01 October 2015Policy papers

In fulfilling its commitments within its Equality Scheme the Department equality screens policies to assess the impact and determine if a full Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) is required

Published 30 September 2015Policy papers

HSC Marshall Implementation Plan Progress report for period 1 April 2015 – 30 September 2015

Published 30 September 2015Guidance literature

This report presents an analysis of changes in life expectancy and life expectancy gaps by cause of death and age, between those living in the most and least deprived areas, between urban and rural areas, and between Northern Ireland, other UK countries, and the Republic of Ir

Published 25 September 2015Statistical reports

Physical activity benefits for adults and older adults - Infographic

Published 21 September 2015Guidance literature

Programme and speaker presentations from the 2015 Chief Nursing Officer conference

Published 18 September 2015Speeches and statements

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