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The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) in October 2009 established a review of the development needs of pharmaceutical staff in the hospital sector to make recommendations for the way forward. The work complements and builds upon previous wo
This bulletin and tables present quality and outcomes framework (QOF) exception reporting data.
Midwifery 2020 has set out to develop an informed vision of the contribution midwives will make to achieving quality, cost effective maternity services for women, babies and families across the United Kingdom.
Endorsed NICE Technology Appraisals 2008/2009
Presents information on waiting times at the end of each quarter for a first outpatient appointment, a first integrated clinical assessment and treatment services (ICATS) appointment, admission for inpatient treatment and diagnostic service.
This bulletin summaries information on individuals referred to the Northern Ireland substitute prescribing scheme (SPS).
Departmental guidance has been issued to Health and Social Care professionals which deals with the issue of children who become Looked After and are on the Child Protection Register. The guidance is effective from 1st September 2010.
A report on the 2009 survey of home care service users, covering key demographics and focusing on what help they received, how the service was delivered and what users thought of the service they received
The Northern Ireland personal child health record (PCHR) has been in place for children born since 1 January 1995.
Guidance for pharmacists and dispensing doctors
Service framework documents relating to children and young people's health and well being.
Letters and advice on the regulation of medicines issued 2010
Analysis of responses to the consultation on the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) action plan.
Quarterly 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.
Northern Ireland Strategy for Nursing and Midwifery 2010-2015
This pathway has been written with reference to the British Thoracic Society Pleural Disease Guideline 2010. It is based on a range of similar ambulatory care pathways in use in the UK, identified through internet searches.
This report set out the findings for the GP patient survey in Northern Ireland 2009/10.
This is a review of the social costs of alcohol misuse in NI.
This strategy has the overarching aim of improving the health and social wellbeing of the population of the Northern Ireland by improving access to psychological therapies and by being more responsive to service user’s needs.
Personality Disorders (PD) are significant in terms of prevalence, subsequent morbidity and the challenge to a range of services presented by those with the most chaotic and disturbed behaviour.