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Health Minister Robin Swann has emphasised his commitment to transparency on statistics on Coronavirus-related deaths in Northern Ireland.
Health Minister Robin Swann has welcomed the commitment by NISRA to publish statistics on deaths and suspected deaths in care homes related to Covid-
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Health Minister Robin Swann has commented on the weekly bulletin produced by NISRA.
Speaking at the daily NI Executive Covid-19 press briefing today, Health Minister Robin Swann said that the daily Covid-19 statistics show no new
The latest waiting time figures provide a stark illustration of the impact of the COVID-19 on our health service, Health Minister Robin Swann has
Health Minister Robin Swann has described the latest waiting time statistics as “very disappointing but not unexpected”.
The Department of Health today published “Statistics from the Northern Ireland Substance Misuse Database: 2019/20 (Experimental Statistics)” report
The Department of Health today published the “Statistics from the NI Substance Misuse Database 2016/17” report and accompanying tables.
Speaking at today's press conference in Parliament Buildings, Health Minister Robin Swann said: "This is another deeply distressing day for all of us
Detailed statistics on health and social care employees and vacancies.
Information on Key Statistics
In February 2012, the Department of Health (DoH) published the '10 year tobacco control strategy for Northern Ireland', the overall aim of which is
Autism is a developmental disability that influences a person’s ability to communicate and relate to other people. It is a spectrum condition,
An ophthalmic practitioner (the public would more commonly think of as an optician) will check the quality of your vision and eye health, diagnose
Drug misuse is a significant public health issue in Northern Ireland. The department's new strategic direction for alcohol and drugs (Phase 2:2011-16
Community pharmacists usually work in the high street and are involved in the sale and supply of medicines.
Alcohol misuse has been identified as a significant public health and social issue in Northern Ireland over many years. The department's new
General dental practitioners (GDPs) usually work in a high street practice providing dental care to the general public; this is usually the first
Information within this section refers to activity and waiting times at acute hospitals in Northern Ireland (NI).